Kaiser-Frazer Classic Cars Coming to Atlanta on Monday
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[July 08, 2016]
- Approximately 50+ Kaiser-Frazer classic cars will converge on
Atlanta, Illinois on Monday, July 11th. These rare vehicles will
gather for the 58th Annual National Convention of the Kaiser-Frazer
Owners Club International, being held this year in Springfield.
As part of this three-day event, the group has planned a trip to
Atlanta, specifically to eat lunch at Atlanta’s Palms Grill Café.
The Kaiser-Frazer cars will be in Atlanta from approximately
11:00am-2:00pm. The public is invited to come and view these classic
cars, now rarely seen on the open road.
The Kaiser-Frazer car company produced vehicles from 1947-1955.
Several new car companies entered the market following the end of
WWII, but Kaiser-Frazer was the only one to succeed.
The company was a combined effort of Henry J. Kaiser and Joseph
Frazer. Kaiser became a household name during the course of the war
by earning the title of “The Miracle Man” due to the Kaiser
Corporation’s ability to produce a remarkable number of ships for
the U.S. navy, some in as little as seven days.
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Joseph Frazer brought considerable experience to the new company, having
previously worked for the Packard Company, as well as General Motors and the
image was copied from wikipedia. The original description was: 1953