SEP 10th 2016

This Frazer Nash Le Mans Coupe is as original as it was in 1953

In 1953, this very pretty Frazer Nash Le Mans Coupé went from a motor show stand to compete in the French 24-hour race after which it is named. Pedalled by Ken Wharton and Laurence Mitchell, it averaged a speed of 88mph set a new 2.0-litre class record and was enough to give it a class win. Returning the following year, it claimed a fourth in class. In 1953, this very pretty Frazer Nash Le Mans Coupé went from a motor show stand to compete in the French 24-hour race after which it is named.

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