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1939 Bugatti Type 57C Faux Cabriolet “Charmaine”

1939 Bugatti Type 57C Faux Cabriolet “Charmaine”

1938 Bugatti Type 57SC AtlanticThe Bugatti Atlantic was made out of a super light alloy of magnesium and aluminium called Electron. But since the material was highly flammable, the body was externally riveted together, instead of being welded. Later, the production versions of the car were made from only aluminium to avoid the dangers of working with Electron, but the car still retained its signature spine.

1938 Bugatti Type 57SC AtlanticThe Bugatti Atlantic was made out of a super light alloy of magnesium and aluminium called Electron. But since the material was highly flammable, the body was externally riveted together, instead of being welded. Later, the production versions of the car were made from only aluminium to avoid the dangers of working with Electron, but the car still retained its signature spine.

Bugatti Type 35 prototype, it would be a thrill to drive this fantastic machine.......

Bugatti Chiron

Bugatti Type 35 prototype, it would be a thrill to drive this fantastic machine.......

1930 Mercedes SSK.

1930 Mercedes SSK.

prints for purchase

prints for purchase

Bugatti Type 30 : autoviva.com

Bugatti Type 30 : autoviva.com

Bugatti Like What You See? Have IT? What If You Could! Find Out How We Can Have The Things We See on Pinterest And MORE! Turn Wants Into HAVES? Get The Free Guide To Start Your Journey Today. - LGMSports.com

Bugatti Like What You See? Have IT? What If You Could! Find Out How We Can Have The Things We See on Pinterest And MORE! Turn Wants Into HAVES? Get The Free Guide To Start Your Journey Today. - LGMSports.com

the world’s most valuable car ever built – Ralph Lauren’s Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic

the world’s most valuable car ever built – Ralph Lauren’s Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic

This 1936 Bugatti T57 Paul Nee Pillarless Coupe's first owner was Paul Worth of the French perfume family. Supplied to him in March 1936 the car was originally fitted with faux cabriole coachwork by Fernandez & Darrin. After the war its new owner Monsieur Lescure decided to commission Paul Nee of Levallois of Paris, who were more famous for their cabriolet bodies for Lancia, to rebody the car in this very elegant pillarless design.

This 1936 Bugatti T57 Paul Nee Pillarless Coupe's first owner was Paul Worth of the French perfume family. Supplied to him in March 1936 the car was originally fitted with faux cabriole coachwork by Fernandez & Darrin. After the war its new owner Monsieur Lescure decided to commission Paul Nee of Levallois of Paris, who were more famous for their cabriolet bodies for Lancia, to rebody the car in this very elegant pillarless design.

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