Bugatti Type 35
1924-1931, 340 produced.
Sports,2 doors,2 seats(Grand Prix 2-seater type)
|2262cc||S8 OHC||Bugatti S8||60mm x 100mm|
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Too precious to be raced?
|Publication||Classic Cars June 2009|
|Too precious to be raced?- Bugatti's Type 35 models were arguably the most successful racing cars ever made, and for many they're still the ultimate Bugattis. Join us on a rare opportunity to experience one of the most original survivors.|
|Publication||Classic Cars October 2005|
|Principal winner - The Type 35 Bugatti is the most sensational racing car of all time. This is the most famous one of all: it won the first Grand Prix de Monaco more than 75 years ago. And it still bears the scars from the race.|
Legendary engines: Bugatti T35
|Publication||Classic Cars September 2003|
|Legendary engines: Bugatti T35 - Square-cut, slender and ezquisitely machined, Bugatti's most famous engine was so beautiful it could hardly be real. But it was powering the most-replicated Grand Prix car of all time to many famous victories despite some major design flaws.|
Classic Cars April 2002 pg 58
|Publication||Classic Cars April 2002|
|Bugatti Royale. A car so special that it's expected to sell for around £8 million. Now you can see why we flew all the way to Japan just to drive it.|
Blue Bloodline - Bugatti Type 35B
|Publication||MotorSport July 2004|
|Blue Bloodline - Bugatti Type 35B - Fantastic attention to detail, incredible intricacy, masterly workmanship - and mass produced! Paul Fearnley explains how.|
French Lessons - Bugatti Types 35 and 51
|Publication||Octane May 2004|
|French Lessons - Bugatti Types 35 and 51 - The Bugatti Type 35 is today revered as one of the all-time great sports racing cars-but what makes it so special? We try four versions, from standard road car to full-house racer, in an attempt to find out.|
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