Meet the Frasers, a breed of breeders who specialise in the creation of premium racing cars and have pioneered the use of online forums.
The frasers were created by the UK-based UK-owned company Carver International in 2012.
They are a breed known for their extraordinary engineering, reliability and high level of design and innovation, which includes the use towing of racing cars on a trailer.
The Frasers have a reputation for being very fast and for being incredibly versatile.
Carver, which has over 200 dealerships worldwide, is based in the United Kingdom.
In the United States, Carver has three dealerships in the Washington DC area.
“We’ve been racing and driving a lot of our cars for 20 years, so I’ve always been interested in the development of the car,” said Andrew Hockley, the director of sales and marketing at Carver.
“And then, of course, the technology.”
Hockley is a former racing driver who had been looking for a car for several years before finding a perfect one in the fraser.
He started his quest by purchasing a 2005 Corvette Z06.
“It’s a very capable car,” Hock said.
“But it’s also very expensive.
So I knew I had to build a good one, and that’s what I did.”
He built the Z06’s suspension and rear suspension from scratch, using parts from his previous Corvette.
“I just wanted it to have a car that would last a long time and was capable of getting me around the country,” Hocks said.
Hock built the chassis out of aluminum and the chassis was then fabricated out of the parts from the Corvette.
He then modified the Corvette to be able to drive the frashers and then installed a transmission box that would transfer the power to the Z07.
“Then, of the six people in the car, four of them have been racing for a long, long time,” Hocking said.
“I’ve had to give up driving for a while,” he said.
But, he said, he’s still driving them.
“They’re great, they’re very reliable and they have a lot going for them,” Hicks said.
The car has a 2.0-liter flat four-cylinder engine, which produces 220 hp.
It also has a six-speed manual gearbox and a seven-speed automatic transmission.
It can be equipped with an 18-inch carbon fiber wheel with a 1:12.5 ratio.
“There’s a lot more power, so it’s an incredibly powerful car,” Carver said.
The frasers are priced between $30,000 and $45,000.
Carver said the Frashers are available in a wide range of colors and trim options.
Hock said the company will continue to sell its cars, and has also teamed up with an international dealer network.
“We’re building a large fleet of Frasers in the US and Europe,” he told Motorsport.com.
“We’re working with a number of dealerships, and we have quite a large network.”
Hocks is confident that the Fraser will appeal to the broader racing car enthusiast.
“You can get a car like this for a fraction of what it’s going for in the race track,” he added.
“The fact that you can get this for £45,500, or less, means you have an opportunity to own one of these cars.”