MarkP's Fraser

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MarkP's Fraser

Post by Markp » Sun Dec 23, 2012 10:53 pm

So.. my Fraser has now made it into the hallowed Members Rides section :lol:
so heres the pictures and video from its first day fully legal and able to be driven on the roads.

Short video first drive out


Excuse the creaking and sqeaking, its more the camera than the car!!

And a few shots from around the car..

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Fraser Clubman Front Badge by Mark Poulton Photography, on Flickr

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Fraser Clubman Seat by Mark Poulton Photography, on Flickr

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Fraser Clubman Rear by Mark Poulton Photography, on Flickr

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Fraser Clubman Interior by Mark Poulton Photography, on Flickr

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Frser Clubman by Mark Poulton Photography, on Flickr

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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by KiwiBirkin » Sun Dec 23, 2012 11:52 pm

Mark I remember driving up your drive nearly 4 years ago and seeing your car on stands in your garage, it looks fantastic now and a great Christmas gift to get just before the 25th :), well done on getting the car on the road and the color really does look fantastic. Congratulations. 8-)
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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by flewy » Mon Dec 24, 2012 6:13 am

Hey Mark, well done on getting the car finished and on the road, car looks awesome (and so new :D ). We too remember that first day our car was legal very fondly, great feeling.

Can't wait to catch up sometime soon, maybe at Taupo!!!

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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by Super7Alfa » Mon Dec 24, 2012 7:46 am

Congratulations, it looks great - I bet you're very happy with your Christmas present :lol:

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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by nz_climber » Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:14 am

Congrats, its a great feeling having the car on the road, enjoy it, and hopefully see you at Taupo

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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by Markp » Wed Dec 26, 2012 11:49 pm

Thanks guys, yep its really great finally getting it finished and on the road.

Plan is to get to Taupo February, and maybe the Ellerslie car show as well...
Waiting for Insurance quotes to come back and then off to get a tune up.

now if only i could get a couple of good days weather.....
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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by ExpatKiwi » Thu Dec 27, 2012 1:56 am

Hey Mark - congrats on getting her on the road. I remember seeing it this time last year in at Frasers and again in September. Mint attention to detail (the stitching on the seats is awesome! - my other half wants that on mine). I've got some photos kicking round for your archives of it in the factory I'll pm ya.
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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by KiwiBirkin » Thu Dec 27, 2012 4:58 pm

I love the fact you have gone for the classic chrome look through out the car, lots of Clubman's go for what Caterham call the Black Pack look and while its a great look for a Seven I still prefer lots of chrome o these type of cars.
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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by Markp » Fri Jan 04, 2013 1:04 pm

Eventful first few days with the fraser. A run out to beachlands and a motorway run out to army bay for a picnic.

Booked in for a dyno tune next week at hitech motorsport in drury. Also booked in with the fraser club to show the car at Ellerslie in Feb. just about to sign up for the cannonball run at the start of Feb as well. Phew! Busy February :D


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Re: MarkP's Fraser

Post by KiwiBirkin » Fri Jan 04, 2013 5:18 pm

Markp wrote:Eventful first few days with the fraser. A run out to beachlands and a motorway run out to army bay for a picnic.

Booked in for a dyno tune next week at hitech motorsport in drury. Also booked in with the fraser club to show the car at Ellerslie in Feb. just about to sign up for the cannonball run at the start of Feb as well. Phew! Busy February :D


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Victoria Park Tunnel by Mark Poulton Photography, on Flickr

It gets like that with one of these cars once your road legal and decide to use it rather than having a garage queen :lol:
Why walk when you can accelerate through life in a 7..... :lol:

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