1951-1962 Frazen

The Stanadrd Catalog of American Cars 1946-1975 lists this small sports car as being built by the Ray Greene Co. in Toledo, Ohio.  These cars consisted of a fiberglass body and were sold as a kit ($650.00) or as a complete car on a Henry J frame with a 6 cylinder engine ($2795.00)  Some options that could be aquired included fiberglass top and a transmission with overdrive.  The only photos I’ve found of the car are on the  Fiberglass Sports Cars website.  – It is unclear from my brief research the total number built.

http://www.fiberglasssportscars.com/Frazen/Frazen.htm

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Published in: on April 29, 2009 at 3:00 am  Comments (3)  

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  1. It is a true fact, not a legend. I happen to own one. It has a 6 cylinder Kaiser Supersonic engine and a fiberglass body on a Henry J frame.

    • Mary,

      You are correct, the Frazen automobiles certainly are not myths. When I created this blog, my fiberglass car was a mystery and like many “odd and unknown” cars, it had a fair amount of folklore, mythology, and urban legend around it.
      We have identified the designer/builder and history behind my car and can share that today with others. I

      With regard to your Frazen, I would love to see photos of it, and if you don’t mind, I would love to share them here.

      • Where can I send them? It’s really rough, but beginning a total restore.


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