1921 FRAZER NASH BOULOGNE SUPER SPORT - £Auction
Odometer Reading: TBA MoT Expiry: Exempt *Period competition history including 1929 TT *No expense-spared maintenance *In-period competition history Re-bodied as a saloon whose coachwork was scrapped following a wartime raid, this Boulogne was intended for restoration and after a long time those intentions became reality when it was re-bodied as a Super Sport. An ultra-lightweight body was built by Frazer Nash Car Club captain Bill Roberts and it saw many racing outings before being campaigned by Roberts son, Steve Stanton: in 1999 it was part of the FNCCs Raid to Bolzano. One year later it was bought by the vendor. The engine was re-built and other mechanicals overhauled, without replacing any original parts. Since then it has taken part in numerous mainland European events including the 2010 Alpenfahrt and Vernasca in 2011 and 2012. Today it is described by the vendor as being in top condition, with a marvellous patina. With much competition history and much expenditure over the years this Boulogne Super Sport is an important part of Nash history and should delight any lover of true British sporting cars.
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