1952 FRAZER NASH 2.6 CONVERTIBLE
1952 Frazer Nash 2.6 Convertible
Chassis Number 421-200-173
Engine Number 4225-100-B2
Originally built for Donald Healy, this prototype started off with a Healy engine, but was quickly changed to a Bristol engine for better performance. This car has rich history and would be eligible for many historic and vintage events around the world. This is the only Nash ever to have been fitted with a 2.6 litre BMC engine (like the Austin Healey 100/S) when new. It was on the Frazer Nash stand at the London Motorshow in 1952. The car was restored by TT Workshops in the early 1990’s. It is fitted with overdrive to make “The Grand” an even more pleasant experience!