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neilsondl
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neilsondl@yahoo.com

Jul 26, 2006, 11:16 AM

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Kaiser-Frazer Sign In

I was recently walking through a field behind my grandmothers house and found an old car.

not like its in any kind of condition but just out of curiosity i took the body ID tag off of it and found out it is an old Kaiser-Frazer but i dont know what year or model.

So my question is Can anyone help me find out more abou an old Kaiser frazer with a body number of 5244 2113


Tom Greenleaf
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Jul 26, 2006, 1:50 PM

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Re: Kaiser-Frazer Sign In

 Hi,

Moved your post to antique car talk and hopefully easier to find. Have you tried a search for just that make? DON'T LOSE THAT TAG!

There are clubs for almost every car and trust me someone out there may want the car or help you resore it if you want.

Check out WWW.HemmingsMotorNews.com and good luck with what you find out there and let us know what you find, T



Neilsondl
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neilsondl@yahoo.com

Jul 26, 2006, 3:50 PM

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Re: Kaiser-Frazer Sign In

well as it happens i found a website www.eskimo.com where they have a kaiser frazer registry and from what i can tell the car i found is a

1952 Henry J Corsair Deluxe 6cyl.

its literally just a rust bucket, fenders are gone, one door all the interior is gone but it is still an interesting find. thanks for the help though tom

David Neilson
Enid, OK


carjunky
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Aug 1, 2006, 8:53 AM

Post #4 of 5 (4474 views)
Re: Kaiser-Frazer Sign In

We have a few pictures of these in our carpicture gallery.

http://carpictures.carjunky.com/...54_red_kaiser_darrin


Tom Greenleaf
Ultimate Carjunky / Moderator
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Aug 1, 2006, 10:35 AM

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Re: Kaiser-Frazer Sign In

Way cool Carjunky to see the pic. David - don't discount that the car as bad as it may be someone wants it ---- trust me. I know a total nut for obsolete and impossible restorations and does it for a living for years now. Whitehall Motors of Hopkinton, MA and he restored I think a "56 DeSoto convertable that was such trash it was hopeless - NOT. He found out it was used as an Indy Pace car and made it brand new again. I saw a new similar hardtop he bought for 20K that was in a family for all those years and perfect AND HE USED IT FOR PARTS!!!! That car had to have become a 1/2 million dollar car the way he does his work. This stuff is a passion that just won't quit, T







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