The Shelsley was produced by Frazer Nash from 1934 until 1936.
It came with a supercharged 4 cylinder 1496cc Gough engine. It was connected to a four speed multi-chain gearbox via a dry three plate clutch. It was capable of producing 123bhp and taking the car to a top speed of 105mph.
The Shelsey was an attractive two-seater that had a wide radiator, swept wings and a curvaceous back. It had semi-elliptical springs in the front with radius rods to steady the axle.
The car cost £850 in 1934
A total of 36 cars were built.