Here’s a few screen shots to wet your appetite. The Fraser team are looking forward to viewing the final cut at an AUT screening in mid June, which we’ll share with you as soon as we can.
Had to laugh at this build update from Gary: ‘Ohh, that was good’, said Mrs Fraser to Mr Drive-Train. ‘Cigarette?’
Loving this trim. Handcrafted Fraser Clubman trim. Of course we can trim anything, imagine your project finished as perfectly as this. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your vision, we’ll make it a reality.
Gary (the Auckland Fraser Car Club rep) organised a navigation run last weekend. I still giggle when I think about it, so it’s worth a candid report. Around 12 clubmans met at the southern BP for a Sunday trip around the countryside. Gary is ex Airforce, so we left 11:30am on the dot and arrived […]
Bridgestone used DMOFSR as part of their amazing two day event at Hampton Downs. Bridgestone reported that DMOFSR did something like 250 runs of the Gymkhana in 2 days, every one with a different driver and it never missed a beat. Was an awesome addition to the event. Everyone wanted another go!
We just got a very cool email from a Fraser owner. He took his 4AGE powered Fraser Clubman S for his first dual car sprint. Here's a few words and the video he sent us. This is so much fun, and I just love the Blacktop/T50 combination. I always thought I’d be looking to “upgrade” […]
A Fraser Car Club run was organised on Sunday 15 April to coincide with a video shoot for a student in their final year of a media degree. Fraser Cars asked Fraser Car Club members to take time out of their Sunday and join us for some driving and filming. There’s that saying ask and […]
The Fraser Car Club run had been announced we were off to do the ‘Gentle Annie’ Rd. One of our knowledgeable Club members had had word that it was now completely sealed between Taihape and Hastings. I had spoken to a few people about the ‘Gentle Annie’ Rd before heading off and it seems to […]
Introducing chassis number 331. This Fraser Clubman S will be powered by a 2 litre Ford Duratec engine.
We are heading up to this on Sunday the 25th March with the Triumph TR lads. Plan is to meet at the Southwards Museum Gates at 7.50am, leaving at 8.05am. Cruise up in convoy with a planned stop in Bulls for a coffee (and a pie if needed) with the arrival time in Wanganui around […]