If you’re a classic car enthusiast than you’re probably already familiar with the Alfa Romeo 6C 2500, built between 1938 and 1952. However, some of you might not be aware of the fact that Alfa Romeo isn’t the only automaker to slap a "6C 2500" badge on an automobile. Enrico Nardi did it as well on three race cars he built in the late 1940s. Although he is mostly known for his beautiful wooden automotive steering wheels, Nardi also built custom race cars in a small workshop he established together with Renato Danese. It all happened after World War II and after Nardi worked for both Lancia and Scuderia Ferrari as an engineer and racing car driver.