The Nurburg is car built by Frazer Nash in 1932.
The car was named so because Frazer Nash wanted to enter two short-chassis cars in the 1932 German Grand Prix.
The two cars were to different specifications. Car one had a supercharged Meadows engine and car two had a supercharge Anzani engine, both had uprated crankshafts.
Both cars shared the same new rounded tail treatment and the company decided to reproduce this as a new two-seater model.
They came without doors or room for luggage, instead the space in the boot is taken up by the fuel tank and spare wheel.
One further car was made.