Grand Prix History in Scale Models

1952, Formula 2, Frazer Nash, K&R Replicas, Tony Crook, Villa Model

1952 Frazer Nash 421 Crook

Frazer Nash was a brand of British sports car founded by engineer Archibald Frazer-Nash and manufactured from 1922. In 1952 Frazer Nash built Formula 2 car based on Le Mans Replica model of 1948. Three F2 cars were manufactured, two of them (known as FN48) was powered by Bristol 2.0 engine, while third one (known as 421) was equipped with BMW 328 power unit. In the 1952 season works team named as Scuderia Franera used Bristol-powered cars for Ken Wharton and BMW-powered version was privately entered by Tony Crook for the British Grand Prix. Model made by Villa Model based on K&R Replicas kit.

1952F2WCBritish GP
Driver No.Entrant
Tony Crook23Tony Crook
Scale ManufacturerCollection
1:43K&R Replicas / Villa Model
Cat. No.QualityRarity– /
– / VM313

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