This rare Italian racing is a must see!
The 1913 Nazzaro Tipo 2 was purchased by its current owner on behalf of his late father, the well known collector Percy Markham. The car had been discovered in a shed in Kilmore, Victoria by Mr R.C.Davis who then restored the vehicle. It is an example of the same 20/30 HP car in which Felice Nazzaro won the 1913 Targa Florio. It has a 4,400cc four-cylinder engine with an 8ft 10 1/2in wheelbase. The car featured in the November 1965 Veteran & Vintage magazine and in 1967 it was featured in the Horseless Carriage Gazette after Percy Markham had taken it on that year’s Horseless Carriage Club of America tour from Seattle to Vancouver on July 17-20. Image by Tristan De Carro.