Super short vacation post – on this day in 1946 Frazer automobiles began production. Frazer was named after longtime automobile executive Joseph Frazer. It was the first car (at about the same time as Crosley) to have what was considered post war styling. The line of vehicles discontinued in 1951, but not before the company produced a 4 door convertible in 1951! Photo is a 1951.
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