Take a stroll down memory lane back to when the Kaiser was the 'Most important car in America'. The Kaiser-Frazer Corporation was started in August of 1945. A year later the first Kaiser and Frazer branded automobiles were coming off of the assembly line in Willow Run, Michigan. 11,000 cars were produced this year. By 1955 there were close to 760,000 units produced. Kaiser was known as the smart, tough, and thrifty option among the rest of the vehicles on the market in its era. In 1953, the game changed with the manufacture decided to produce America's first 'safety first car' based on the pop-out windshield and heavily padded dashboard and seat back.
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1953 Kaiser Special. This car is quite rare as Kaiser only produced vehicles up until 1954. This 1953 Kaiser Special is one beautiful car. Showing in a lovely Bermuda Rose with great chrome this car cleans up well! The previous owners of this classic drove this car in summers only for five years. With heavy documentation this vehicle has been serviced frequently, shown annually at over 20 car shows, and has been loved dearly by its owner. The car originally sold new out of Nevada in 1954 and was later licensed in California. The interior is very clean and tidy with a beautiful classic display along the dashboard. With three large totes full of documents and records this car has a history of greatness. It is well kept and drives great! With a total of 3 sets of keys you will be ready for the road.