1950 Frazer Standard Series F50
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The Frazer was designed by Howard 'Dutch' Darrin, but was modified somewhat by other stylists. The 1950 Frazer was promoted by the company as a 'superb new Frazer that is the last word in luxury.'
The 1950 Frazers were powered by an L-head six-cylinder, 226.2 cubic-inch motor that developed 112 horsepower. Factory price of the Frazer Standard four-door sedan was $2,395 less options.
Kaiser-Frazer was America's 12th ranked automaker in 1950.
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