The Cundey’s Frazer Nash in the Rotunda at the RAC club

The Cundey family have held a long standing passion for Frazer Nash vehicles. Angus was persuaded by his father, Samuel to buy and restore a 1932 model. In 1994, Angus and his great motoring friend, Alastair Pugh wore specially made 1932 outfits and drove the Frazer Nash to France becoming one of the first vehicles to pass through the Channel Tunnel.

The Frazer Nash will also be at this year’s Concourse of Elegance at Windsor Castle from 2nd to 4th September.

1932 chain-drive Frazer Nash TT Replica

1.5 litre Meadows

Owner: Simon Cundey

Keeper: Alastair Pugh

 More than 80 years of competition

 The car was completed in July 1932 for ‘Aldy’ Aldington, MD of AFN Ltd and

T D Ross to compete in the Alpine Trial. The dashboard plaques read:


International Alpine Trial July 28-August 3, 1932.

Highest Possible Award: Coupe des Glaciers


Tourist Trophy Race August 20, 1932

Finished at an Average Speed of 68.68 mph

Only 10 cars out of 32 completed the Course


MCC High Speed Trial Brooklands September 3, 1932.

First to finish and Highest Speed of the Day

(average 85.43 mph) regardless of Class or HP.


1000 miles in 24 hours

25/26 April 1963

22/23 July 2000

10/11 July 2010

11/12 July 2015


MV 3079 has taken part in many VSCC races and Frazer Nash  ‘Raids’ –  to the Continent, Sicily, Corsica, the USA and New Zealand, where it was raced at Dunedin. It has also won the current Brooklands Double Twelve competition outright.

Photo © Frazer Nash in the Rotunda at the RAC club, Pall Mall