The first edition of Trevor Tarring's important work on the life of Archie Frazer-Nash sold out quickly. It is an excellent read, full of interesting stories and facts about Archie, covering his GN years up to 1922, his Frazer Nash years up to 1928, his Austin years up to 1931 and his important inventions and defence work up to his death in 1965.
The Frazer Nash Archives has now commissioned a second edition, including a page of Trevor's minor amendments. This new edition runs to just 250 books and copies can be obtained from James Trigwell at firstname.lastname@example.org at a cost of £25 plus p&p. This book really is a must for anyone interested in the life and achievements of this brilliant engineer and motoring competitor.