Frazer Nash Mille Miglia 1948-53
on display at Bentley Wildfowl & Motor Museum see earlier raced version of same car (different licence plate, colour etc.)
See specifications below illustration.
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Frazer Nash Mille Miglia 1948-53 specifications
Engine: 6 cylinder inline, OHV
Bore & Stroke: 66mm x 96mm
Displacement: 1,971cc
Compression ratio: 7.5 or 8.5 to 1
Carburettors: Triple Solex
Power output: 125bhp at 5,500rpm
Maximum speed: 110-120mph
Acceleration: 0-60mph 8.8secs
A.F.C. : 24mpg at 70mph
Transmission: RWD
Clutch: single dry plate
Gearbox: 4 speed
Rear axle: spiral bevel
Construction: 4" diameter tubular chassis
with aluminium panels supported by small diameter steel tubes
Steering: Rack & pinion
Brakes: Hydraulic, drum
Suspension F: ind. transverse leaf
R: torsion bar
16in knock-on pressed steel
Tyres: 5.50 x 16 radial tyres (crossply in 1950)
Wheelbase: 8ft 0in
Track (F & R): 4ft 0in
Overall length:
12ft 6in
Overall width: 4ft 10in
Height: 3ft 0in
Dry weight: 16cwt
Tank: 18 Imp gallons
1949-53, 11 examples buil

First owner James Manfield
Original colour: white
Original Registration: OPJ 3
Raced at Silverstone and Goodwood