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Bugatti Type 35 - 1924-1930Details click here
Like homo sapiens from neanderthal man, the bugatti type 35 evolved from the type 30, its less highly-evolved ancestor, into an elegant, sophisticated and reliable racing machine.
Bugatti Type 41 N 41111 - 1932-1938Details click here
The first bugatti type 41 royale no. 41111 was delivered in 1932 to armand esders, a wealthy manufacturer of ready-to-wear clothing. Its superbly proportioned two-seat roadster bodywork was designed by ettore bugattis son jean. This particular bugatti was one of the most beautiful and extravagant cars ever built.
Bugatti Type 57 Coach Ventoux - 1934Details click here
They called it the bug, but this was no volkswagen beetle. The bugatti type 57coach ventoux manufactured in france in the thirties was one of the classiest sports cars ever. With swooping lines, low-cut doors, louvers on the sides and foot-long headlights in the shape of backward bullets, the bug carried its class with innovative styling.
Bugatti Type 57c Galibier - 1936-1939Details click here
For a combination of speed and elegance, no sedan could match the supercharged bugatti type 57c in its galibier body. Since only about 105 57cs were made in any form, this sedan is rare as well as beautiful. Designed by ettore bugattis son, jean, the galibier cars were bodied either at the factory or by gangloff, the coachmaker closely associated with bugatti.
Bugattiroyale Type 41 - 1927-1933Details click here
From the son of a furniture builder came the biggest, most beautiful automobile ever built. Ettore bugatti was arrogant but with good reason. He had a remarkable talent for design and was an extremely competitive businessman. Only bugatti could have gotten away with saying, my cars were built to go, not to stop, in response to customer complaints about weak brakes. Only bugatti could have designed the royale type 41.
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