My Kaiser Traveler
My Radio Collection
Puget Sound Antique- Radio Association
Other Jukebox Sites
Car Radio Repair
AC Radio Repair
Web Site Design
There are two Kaiser registries. My ON-LINE REGISTRY contains listings of all the cars (other than Darrins) reported to the KFOCI Registry since it was started by Richard Langworth in the late 60's, and continued by myself later.
I have over 3000 listings of Kaisers, Frazers, and Henry J's. Some of these listings date back to the late 60's, when Richard was active in the club. Of course many listings are for cars that no longer exist.
The purpose of this registry has always been to gather information on the cars produced by Kaiser-Frazer Corporation (later Kaiser Motors and Kaiser-Willys). The registry has provided much information about Kaiser production, and trim and paint options. We're always looking for cars that have not been registered, to be added to the list. I can also provide information about a particular model to anyone interested. You can contact me at the following address:
Harold Hagen LM1435, 2428 SW Myrtle St, Seattle WA 98106.
E-mail me at
To report a car to the registry, send me the numbers off the plates on the car. The serial number plate is on the driver's door post, and the trim plate is on the engine side of the firewall. 51 and later models also have a body number plate on the firewall.
The third registry is the Darrin registry.It was originally started by Andy Schroyer, and continued for many years by David Antram.
It is now being handled by Terry Trasatti. His email address is email@example.com
A Picture of the Kaiser Handbook/Registry Office
The Kaiser-Frazer service sign came from Eatonville, Washington. We bought the sign in the late 60's, from Mr Van Eaton, who had owned the dealership. Eatonville is a small town in the foothills of Mt. Rainier, about 50 miles from Seattle.