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I’ve Just assembled the rear axle of the Burney GN so I can get the wheels on temporarily to get the chassis out of the shed on wheels for a bri
Hi James, following your request, I thought it might be an idea to put some jolly photos of raiding past to cheer us up when our cars are locked down
We would like members of the FNCC to share any news items, tips, stories etc on the website. This will hopefully be a useful thing during the cu
Martin Shelley regularly corresponds with Brian Bale who makes GN models. It’s soldered tinplate and brass and is pretty remarkable giv
Dont let it be said that the Frazer Nash Car Club is stuck in the past. Due to the foresight of club secretary Jane A-F, last weeks’ FNCC com
GN Barrels now in stock, see For Sale/Wanted section
FYI. Having reviewed the latest advice / forecasts regarding precautions against Coronavirus (COVID-19) we have taken the decision to postp
More About Frazer Nash Car Club
The FRAZER NASH CAR CLUB, founded in 1933, became a Section of the Vintage Sports Car Club in 1947 and was re-formed in December 2005 as the Frazer Nash Car Club Limited (FNCC).
Its purpose is to encourage the preservation of chain-driven Frazer Nash and GN cars, to maintain a register of all existing cars and to provide a means of interchange of technical information and spares.
We welcome interest from past, current or prospective owners.
The Frazer Nash Archives
The FRAZER NASH ARCHIVES was established as a registered charity by John Aldington, son of HJ "Aldy" Aldington, to preserve, extend and promote the history of the marque.
At its core are the photos, records, trophies and memorabialia collected and guarded by John's uncle, WH "Bill" Aldington, who had been in charge of advertising and publicity from the early 1930s onwards. Read more...
The names of Frazer Nash® and GN® and their respective logos are officially registered to