The Fraziers have a deep passion for European cars and amazing service.
With Collector Car Appreciation Day upon us, it’s a wonderful time to highlight a family-owned and operated dealership which is valiantly promoting the cause. Since 1976, Jeff Frazier has been selling classic European and exotic cars. While Frazier Motorcar Company opened in 2017, the boutique dealership relies on the years of experience gained by Jeff Frazier and his daughter Caitlin.
Despite being small, Frazier Motorcar Company has an impressive inventory. Two warehouses store all kinds of classic Porsches, MGs, Jaguars, Maseratis, and more. To walk through and view these vehicles is almost like visiting an automotive museum. The quality, originality, and overall appeal of the machines cannot be denied.
Buying a collector car is a deeply personal experience. It’s not like purchasing a new Honda Accord or Ford F-150, which are just regular vehicles with maybe a few options added. Each car has a history, a reason why it has been preserved so well for so long. After all, most people essentially throw away their car after a certain period of time, yet these classics were treated the exact opposite.
Because Frazier Motorcar Company is run by enthusiasts, you’ll find they focus on portraying the history and story of each car. It’s a way of keeping the past alive, instead of just closing the book on life and how people got around back in the day. That means each vehicle which passes through the boutique shop is treated with the upmost care and respect, even a reverence since they’re all special.
Of course, a dealer is only as good as its word, and Frazier Motorcar Company gets that. The Fraziers strive to provide the most honest representation of the history and current state of each car they sell. That’s key since in this day and age of the Internet most customers don’t live near the dealership, sometimes even residing out of the country. It’s always reassuring to know you’re buying from an honest business, instead of having a long-awaited car delivered only to find it isn’t what you thought it would be.