Not a Ford, but too cool not to share
Does anyone know anything about the photo? I have no info on it.
that is interesting. must be something other than a ordinary circle track. i think those folks closest to the safety of the tree had the best viewing point!
Iid like to see the photo that was taken 2 seconds later when the car hit the ground and parts went flying.
Early Cadillac can fly too
Maybe this proves that the US had a top secret flying car program during WWII to counter Hitler's secret flying Volkswagen.
The photo is on the Frazer-Nash website but not much detail.
Frazer-Nash has always been renowned for its innovative engineering. This passion started with just one man and has shaped the way we operate today. We continue to enhance our techniques and capabilities to deliver the best to our clients.
Also another photo at the same place with ID,
"1925 record attempt, Brooklands, Archie Frazer-Nash on the test hill"
And same car different event:
Do a google search for "archie frazer nash"
Or an Google image search for "http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/411944/428056.jpg"
for more info.
That one car without a radiator, must have been for short drag races because it would overheat very quickly!
Looks like a Chevy engine.
More likely a Meadows 1.5 liter engine.