Established 1909: Molsheim, France

Bugatti should be defined as a near-perfect balance between artistry and machinery. Owing some early advancement to Harry Miller, Bugatti cars are the vision of founder Ettore and son Jean, artists who worked in the medium of motoring. Perhaps no other marque was ever so loved as Bugatti, because no other marque imbued its products with such an evocative character. With speed and luxury in astonishing variety, the Bugatti catalogue is incomparable.


Bugatti Type 37A Grand Prix, #37316, 1928

This Bugatti was the personal car of test driver Pierre Veyron, who won numerous Grand Prix races for Bugatti, but more importantly served in the French Resistance during the German occupation of World War II.

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Nov 6, 2017


Bugatti Type 51 Coupe by Louis Dubos, #51133, 1931

A unique aerodynamic sports car created in 1937 on top of a retired Type 51 Grand Prix car, chassis #51133 crossed paths with Chiron, Dreyfus, and Trintingnant. Following a 50-year separation of body and chassis, the car was rebuilt in 2003.

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Aug 19, 2017


Bugatti Type 57 Grand Raid Roadster by Worblaufen, #57260, 1935

The ten original Grand Raid roadsters are prelude to the well known Type 57S; this is one of two beautifully appointed Swiss confections by Worblaufen, and a show car from the start.

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Mar 5, 2018