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Lost Nash owner


27th Feb 2021

Hi Winston,   We used to have a neighbour who, maybe in the late 1940’s ,owned a Frazer Nash from new. His name was Norman Ewart-Evans and i am just writing a little piece about him and his cars on our local village website. I wonder if you have his name on the owner’s register which would tell me what model of car he had bought? He did tell me that he had crashed the car near a bridge between Lancaster and Morecambe and it was in such a state that he never went to recover it. Would you know if the car was ever salvaged or restored? He was an eccentric gentleman who was spoilt by his parents not having to find a job until after they had passed away when he was 55years old! When we became his neighbours in 1986, he had moved on to Jaguar cars ending his days with a Mk ii 3.8 litre model. Any help would be most appreciated.

                 Regards, John Hodgson

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