A respectable vintage two-seater car will go on auction this 2018 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Find out more what makes this car special. The post An Air of Elegance: Bugatti Type 55 appeared first on LUXUO.
It's one of the most rare and coveted prewar sports cars. Continue reading First-built 1931 Bugatti Type 55 could fetch $5 million at auction First-built 1931 Bugatti Type 55 could fetch $5 million at auction originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 12 Dec 2017 11:10:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
A 1925 Bugatti Type 35 formerly owned by international racing star Jo Siffert will headline Artcurial Motorcars’ 11th Automobiles sur les Champs auction scheduled for November 5. “From the track to the Champs-Elsees” is the theme of the auction that will include 77 automobiles and two motorcycles, which will be displayed along...
To complement the Chiron, Bugatti’s longtime partner Parmigiani Fleurier has crafted a luxurious timepiece that perfectly mimics the beauty showcased in the automobile. Following a preview over a year ago, the Bugatti Type 390 has now been completed. Referred to as “an engine block on the wrist,” Parmigiani truly went to work on the watch, […]
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Artist Arthur B. Nustas and Bugatti are looking to revive the classic Type 57T with this new futuristic concept, which still pays homage to the manufacturer’s storied past. The design in turn combines the signature curved doors of the Chiron with the classic two-tone colorway that has been a Bugatti staple for years. The 57S […]
The Bugatti of future past! Forget the Veyron, forget the Chiron, the Bugatti Type 57T has officially won our hearts! This concept car designed by Arthur B. Nustas revives the classic...
IT’S NICE, BUT A BIT PRICEY FOR AN IMPECUNIOUS LAW-PROFESSOR TYPE: Fast doesn’t begin to describe it | 2017 Bugatti Chiron First Drive.
The Most Beautiful Bugatti Bizarre and elusive, the late 1930s Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic is largely considered to be one of the most beautiful automotive designs in history… and perhaps...
Ettore Bugatti's creations set world speed records for cars, boats, trains and airplanes and his Bugatti Type 35 became the most successful racing car in history. His cars have long since regained their former glory on the auction block,...Show More Summary
Peter Mullin's 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic at the Petersen Automotive Museum. The famed collector shares why his Bugatti, named Best of Show in Arizona, is in a class by itself… Viju Mathew
Ralph Lauren’s stunning single- and double-tourbillon wrist watches were influenced by Lauren’s own 1938 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Coupe. The wood bezel, speedometer-inspired face, and exposed gearing certainly convey the watches’ automotive muse. The post RL Automotive Tourbillon Watches appeared first on The Awesomer.
Photos by Brian Henniker, courtesy of Gooding & Company. Bugatti’s Type 35 was the most successful racing car of its day, reportedly winning over 1,000 races from 1924-’30, including the 1926 Grand Prix World Championship. While most racing cars lead hard lives, especially as they age, some are blessed with more considerate owners and more […]
Photographer Fabian Oefner continues his series on exploded exotic cars with five more prints. Disintegrating II features the Auto Union Type C, Maserati 250F, Ford GT40, Bugatti 57 SC and Porsche 956. Each image took Fabian 2 months and over 2,000 photos to make.
1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic coupe, on display at the Mullin Museum. Photo by Scott Dames, courtesy Arizona Concours d’Elegance. Just four examples were ever built, and one, the factory demonstrator, disappeared prior to the onset of World War II. When chassis 57374 sold in 1971 for $59,000, it set a record for the world’s […]
1935 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic The exhibit will showcase rare cars, fine art, and furniture baring the name of the family… Viju Mathew
Photos courtesy Bonhams. One typically didn’t refuse either of the Schlumpf brothers when it came to Bugattis. The collectors amassed their collection of Molsheim’s best because they had essentially unlimited resources at their disposal, but Edmond Escudier didn’t care. Nor did he care that the paint flaked from it in spots or that it had […]