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Bugatti Type 35 Car News

Fri, 23 Sep 2016 19:44:51 GMT

Matt Farah Tries Out A 1927 Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix Replica  -  Carscoops (blog)
What's more impressive is how the Type 35 was conceived by Bugatti himself, being a testament of the company founder's genius. It was way ahead of its time, adopting various solutions to reduce unsprung weight – the use of cast aluminum wheels was ...
Thu, 22 Sep 2016 03:48:57 GMT

This 1927 Bugatti Thinks It's A Regular Car  -  Jalopnik
Bothwell is obviously a special kind of car guy, creating piece-for-piece recreations of the Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix racer at his shop PurSang. The new cars are made out of the same stuff as the old cars with only two exceptions I noticed in the ...
Wed, 21 Sep 2016 13:38:55 GMT

Sitting in a Bugatti Type 35 "Makes the Rest of the World Suck"  -  RoadandTrack.com
The Type 35 is one of Bugatti's most iconic models. Ettore came up with 35 different versions of this car from 1924 to 1931, and more than 300 left the factory before he moved on with the Type 51. Needless to say, Bugatti was ahead of its time by a ...
Mon, 15 Aug 2016 12:26:15 GMT

Can't Afford a Bugatti Veyron? You Could Get These TMB Art Metal Cufflinks Instead  -  Top Speed
TMB Art Metal has done some awesome working in the past, offering keepsakes made from the metals of various cars. Different items have been made from vehicles like the Bugatti Type 35, Jaguar D-Type, the Spitfire, and even the Flying Scotsman train.
Tue, 09 Aug 2016 21:08:00 GMT

Gooding To Auction Bugatti Type 55 at Pebble Beach, Arguably The Finest Of Its Kind, Estimate $10-14 Million  -  Forbes
With a featherweight 1,500 lb. curb weight that no current U.S.-legal car could hope to equal—a Miata weighs about 800 lbs. more—the Type 35's performance was astonishing, racking up over 2,000 race victories by 1927. After trading three Bugattis for ...
Thu, 28 Jul 2016 15:42:36 GMT

Bugatti Type 51 Offered at 2016 Bonhams Quail Lodge  -  Sports Car Digest
The successor to the legendary Type 35, the Bugatti Type 51 is famous in its own right but also has a fascinating link to American engineering by way of the Miller race cars. Ettore Bugatti was so impressed by Harry Miller's twin-cam engines that he ...
Tue, 12 Jul 2016 17:13:52 GMT

Nuvolari's 1931 Bugatti Type 51 Up For Auction For The First Time In Decades  -  Carscoops (blog)
To understand the Bugatti Type 51, you need to first understand the Type 35 that came before it. The 35 was the most successful racing car of the 1920s, winning over 1,000 races and collecting, on average, 14 races every week at the peak of its success.
Sun, 12 Jun 2016 14:29:24 GMT

Bugatti Type 35 Grand Prix – Profile  -  Sports Car Digest
Bugatti Type 35 chassis No '4450' here was the nineteenth such Grand Prix Bugatti to be manufactured, as reflected by its chassis frame number '19'. The order for the car was numbered '21'. Its construction was completed in January 1925 and it was ...
Sun, 22 May 2016 23:43:39 GMT

Pur Sang's Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza Is As Close To The Original As It Can Get: Video  -  Top Speed
Those who know of Pur Sang Argentina will attest that the company that built its brand on recreating the Bugatti Type 35 using period technology is as good as it gets for anybody looking to own near-perfect versions of classic race cars. The company ...
Tue, 17 May 2016 15:31:20 GMT

Classic Car Of The Week - Bugatti Type 35  -  Beyond the Flag
Unlike most racers today, the Type 35 wasn't a purpose built track car. In fact it was the only car of its time (1924-1931) which could be driven on both racetracks and public roads. As such, anyone with enough money could take home the Bugatti, and ...