Oregonian George Wingard has owned this Fiat racer for a quarter century, which also happens to be 25 percent of the car’s age. Built in 1904, the big roadster is one of a run of just four cars, and while its history is somewhat hazy it’s thought to be a former winner in the old Vanderbilt Cup races. Typical of turn-of-the-century Fiat racers, this chain-driven giant is propelled by a 10.5-five liter four-cylinder generating 90 horsepower.

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