1951 Frazer Vagabond The Frazer was much face lifted for 1951, its last year of production. The new body design was based on styling proposals by howard Darrin and executed by Herb Weissinger. The car featured crisp, highly defined body lines with rakish windstream curves and unbroken fender contours. Elements included large taillights set into high-crowned rear fenders sculptured crease lines on front and rear fendersides and around the rear wheel opening plus a heavily chromed wind tunnel grille. The standard Frazer series comprised two body styles: the four-door sedan and the five-door Vagabond utility sedan. The Vagabond body type combined the features of a conventional sedan with the flexibility of a station wagon. Other makes of the era used similar designs, but Frazer used a unique design of dual rear hatches. In this one panel folded down to form a tailgate while the upper hatch opened upward to give nearly complete floor to ceiling access to the interior. The rear seat folded flat forward to five a station wagon like flat cargo floor. The word Frazer appeared on the rear door of standard sedans, and Frazer Vagabond on the utility model. This example is I`m sure the nicest 1951 Frazer Vagabond in existence today. It has undergone a body off, nut and bolt restoration and is close to perfect in every respect. Finished in Indian Ceramic with Cream leather interior and the interior appointments and attention to detail is magnificent. All bright- work, pot metal, stainless, and paint finish is without fault. The Kaiser `supersonic` six-cylinder engine has been rebuilt and with the three-speed manual transmission with overdrive it`s a pleasure to drive. Turnkey condition .... everything is operating as they should.