To be at the Concours of Elegance in the most spectacular venue of Windsor Castle was an honour. We were delighted to once again collaborate with the Concours of Elegance and design a red silk tie especially for this event.
To make this year even more special the Cundey family Frazer Nash was chosen to be displayed with some of the most impressive cars from around the world in the quadrangle. The 1932 Frazer Nash has been in the family since 1957 when Angus Cundey decided to purchase it for £100 at the age of 21. It took over three years to be fully restored. Simon, Angus’s son remembers the green house and garden shed being used as storage for car parts. The Frazer Nash was one of the first cars to drive through the newly opened Channel Tunnel to France with Angus and his great friend dressed in 1933 style outfits.