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New member Hans Abrahams


7th Aug 2022

I had my very first ride in a TT Rep with Luke Roberts!  After that drive around the track with Luke I realized so very much that I had to find a Frazer Nash.  Luke was so very kind to go through the car with me and his enthusiasm for the car and the club was just infectious. 

I have only just recently acquired AMF 445. In fact, I haven’t yet even seen her in person!  She was in the States, but the car will return to England where she belongs most rightfully. I come very often to England ( around 2 months of the year in total between Aprl and October) so I plan to be driving her very often and hopefully shall attend as many club events as possible. I already told my wife that in 2029 I will be going to Italy on the Raid;). I also plan to take her to Angouleme next year for a two week trip. I have been in contact with Dougal Cawley and he said he is driving Piglet all the way down to Angouleme this year. That spirit is exactly why it has always been a dream of mine to own a Frazer Nash and be a part of the Car Club. I very much am a driver vs. a polishing and show type so the ethos of the Car Club fits with my sentiments just perfectly!  

here a some photos of the car. The dashboard layout is very unique as apparently the first owner, Fit Ltn J.D. Greaves was a very tall man and hence it was easier to see the gauges off to the left. It also explains the rounded cutouts at the bottom level of the dash; apparently for his knees.