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This website is for anyone with an interest in Frazer Nash, GN, or Frazer Nash-BMW cars.


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Copy Wanted

Calling all Nashists and GNers: In the absence of ‘real’ events to report on, the August issue of the Chain Gang Gazette could be rather s

Silver medal for the team

15 May Following on from an email last weekend from FN man Francesco Di Lauro we were coerced to join this event. So our double entry led

What type of Anzani head is this

Hello.   I have this head on an Anzani block - but it’s quite different to what I thought a “normal” Anzani head looks like - w

1953 RAC Rally

Another piece of film – the 1953 RAC Rally with the lovely sound of a Le Mans Rep at 1:02. James Trigwell https://www.youtube.com/watch?

1954 Tulip Rally

I was just searching the internet to find something about my Frazer Nash. Unfortunately I was not successful finding something about my car, but Prof

Chassis 421/100/110 Elkhart Lake Race

Lockdown browsing has helped me find a bit more history on my 1950 Le Mans Rep New York Motor Show car A corner named after owner driver Ted Boynto

New member Anton

I am Anton Winney, I own a small fabrication/welding business, mainly repairing heavy machinery for the recycling industry. I grew up around vintage c

New owner of XMG6

Hello Fellow members My name is Cliff Gray  and I live just a few miles from Henley on Thames so hope to visit the archives as soon as we can


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