Kaiser introduced the luxury Virginian Sedan in 1949 with a unique simulated convertible top, center pillar glass, and numerous amenities. By 1952, the Kaiser Virginia was available in two different series - the Special and Deluxe. Bodystyles included a 2- and 4-door sedan, and a 2- and 4-door Traveler Utility Sedan. The Special series added a Business Coupe and the Deluxe had a Club Coupe. Power was from an L-head six-cylinder engine displacing 226.2 cubic-inches and offering 115 horsepower. The wheelbase for both trim levels measured 118.5 inches, while the Special had a length of 208.5-inches and the Deluxe of just over 210 inches.
Both the Special and Deluxe were carry-over designs from the prior year with similar pricing. Production of both reached 5,578 by Daniel Vaughan | Sep 2019
Produced in December 1951 by the Kaiser Frazer Corporation of Willow Run, MI. Body styling is by Howard 'Dutch' Darrin, one of the leading industrial designers of the time. The engine is Kaisers own 226 cubic-inch, 115 horsepower, flathead 6-cylind....[continue reading]
This rare Kaiser Virginian Traveler is one of approximately 400 built and one of only four such models currently listed in the Kaiser-Frazer Registry. The car was designed for Kaiser by Howard 'Dutch' Darrin.....[continue reading]
This Kaiser is a 1952 Virginian Deluxe (Four-Door) Traveler. All Kaiser vehicles labeled 'Travelers' are hatchback cars - in fact, Kaiser-Frazer pioneered the hatchback format. The 1952 Virginian models are actually re-serialed 1951 cars. The paint s....[continue reading]
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