BF Auction: Kaiser-Frazer Grille And Trim

Sold for $110View Result

UPDATE – Additional photos have been added below.

The seller isn’t sure what year of car these grille and trim pieces go to, but they appear to be in excellent condition. Whether you are looking for replacement pieces for your car or something shiny to hang on the wall, these might just fit the bill! They are being offered without a reserve, so the high bidder takes them home. Who here can identify what year they are from? And will you be hanging these up or mounting them to your car?

The buyer is responsible for shipping, but the seller can box them up so they are ready to go.

See the rest of the Kaiser-Frazer Collection here!

  • Location: Stillwater, Oklahoma

*For parts and Automobilia, the Buyer’s Fee is 15% with no minimum

Bid On This Auction

Sold for: $110
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Ended: Apr 17, 2023 9:30am MDT
Winner: psirotary
  • psirotary bid $110.00  2023-04-17 09:26:16
  • duaney
    bid $100.00  2023-04-09 14:00:39

*For parts and Automobilia, the Buyer’s Fee is 15% with no minimum

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  1. Wayniac

    The auction rules state that there is a 5% commission ($250min – $5kmax). So presuming you win the Kaiser Grill auction with a bid of $100 ( fat chance but using it for a this example ) you would have to pay the $250 Min commission, or $350 + tax versus $105 + tax? Please advise as inquiring minds would like to know.

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    • Joe

      The small items say 15% with no minimum.

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    • Joshua MortensenStaff

      On the automobilia, parts, and tiller, we are charging a 15% buyers fee but waiving the minimum fee. So on this one, if it goes for $100, the fee would just be $15.

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  2. Pete Phillips

    Looks like a 1955 Willys automobile grille to me.

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    • Dennis Jones

      A better view of grill would be appreciated

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      • Stu PMember


        What angles would be helpful to you?


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  3. Byron Cheuvront

    Gill is a 1954-55+ Kaiser all models I do believe. My family had 4 of these cars 1947 Fraser, 1948 Kaiser Traveler, 1951 Kaiser Virginian with Continental Kit and the last a 1953 Kaiser Manhattan that my Dad and I restored in 1969, when I was still in High School. My Mom, Dad and I were big Kaiser fans, I was even a member of the Kaiser-Fraser Club 1969–1973.

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  4. Joshua MortensenStaff

    The seller has added more photos of the grille.

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