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Details for Bugatti 23 Two Seater Roadster 1924 for sale

Make: Bugatti
Type: 23
Coach: Two Seater Roadster
Year: 1924
Price: On Request


The chassis is an original type 23 that has been professionally modified to type 30 specification. The back axle is an original numbered touring type centre section, with new fully machined axle tubes, back plates, hubs, spring pins and cams, with an original type 30 torque arm. An original crown wheel and pinion is included.The front axle is an original Perrot, complete with perrot shafts and steering arms. The front wheels are original beaded edge and the rear wheels are brand new with brand new beaded edge Dunlop tyres.The body is a recently professionally made 2 seater roadster, complete with floor boards, upholstery, V windscreen and tonneau cover.Included is a type 30 radiator, original bulkhead, new machined gearbox casing and lid, original type fuel tank and brackets, period Bosch headlights, rear lights, Bosch switch panel , French period ammeter, oil pressure and fuel pressure bezels, hand brake cross tube, hand brake and gear lever and unfinished steering wheel.Currently not fitted with an engine, although an original pair of type 30 blocks are included.


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Details for Bugatti Type 35B 1927 for sale

Make: Bugatti
Type: Type 35B
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Year: 1927
Price: On Request
Advert ID: 198686


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Chassis: 4450
Chassis 4450 A very early Type 35, this is actually the 19th example produced by Bugatti. It was ordered new by legendary British racer and future Bentley Boy Glen Kidston. An early adapt, Kidston had already owned and raced a Brescia Bugatti. He is believed to have collected the car from the Molsheim factory. Chassis 4450 was then raced at the Grand Prix de Provence, where it wore a yellow stripe to indicate it ran in the two-litre class. Shortly after, Kidston also raced the car at Brooklands, lapping at over 110 mph on the bumpy track. Before the end of the year, Kidston briefly retired from racing to pursue the 'bewitchingly beautiful' Nancy Soames. The car's racing career continued in the hands of subsequent owners well into the 1930s. During the late 1930s, the car was sold by longterm owner and racer Vivian Selby to an Australian enthusiast. He had the car fitted with a later twin-cam Anzani engine. In this guise, it continued to be raced by its next Australian owners both Down Under and in Europe. In 2006, the car was meticulously restored to its original configuration with the rare Anzani engine replaced by a period correct Type 35 Bugatti unit.

Chassis details
Manufactured in January 1925
Engine number 21
First owner Glen Kidston
Upcoming auction 2016 Bonhams The Monaco Sale (Estimate: €1,000,000 - 1,500,000)


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Estimate: $425,000 - $500,000 USD

Former Owners

. Alistair Leveson-Gower
. Dominique Lamberjack
. Rudi Van Daalen Wetters
. Ria Van Daalen Wetters

Introduction

The rolling Bugatti chassis 40748 with engine 772 was built in 1929 and sold new in 1930 to Alistair Leveson-Gower, a Parisian aristocrat. It has factory Roadster bodywork designed by Jean Bugatti. At one point this Type 40A was owned by the Parisian dealer, Dominique Lamberjack. This car arrived in the US sometime after the war. By the 1950’s this Type 40A Bugatti was located in southern California, and in 1961 it was purchased by Rudi Van Daalen Wetters whose family has owned it to this day.

History of This Car

Noted Bugatti historian Kees Jansen has confirmed the known history of this car. The rolling Bugatti chassis 40748 with engine 772 was built in 1929 and remained at the factory in Molsheim for the next seventeen months. Shortly before it was sold, the chassis was upgraded by the factory to Type 40A specifications by the addition of a 1625 cc block with twin plugs per cylinder. The chassis was also fitted with a very handsome Jean Bugatti Roadster Luxe body with Dickey Seat. This Type 40A was sold new on June 19, 1930 to Alistair Leveson-Gower, an aristocrat related to the Duke of Sutherland and well involved in Parisian aristocratic society. Upon taking delivery in Molsheim, the new owner drove his Bugatti to Paris with the able assistance of Louis Chiron as co-driver. At the time, Chiron was a highly regarded member of the factory Grand Prix racing team.

Not much is currently known about this Bugatti’s Parisian life. However, Dominique Lamberjack, the Parisian agent, attached a plate to the car, and so it was undoubtedly owned by him at some point. The car remained in France during the war as evidenced by two additional plates that were attached: one from the Automobile Club France du Nord in 1942 and another from the German Totenkopf and Hakenkreuz. This Type 40A Bugatti came to the US after the war and was discovered in southern California when an old house was demolished in Chavez Ravine for the development of the baseball park for the Los Angeles Dodgers. The car was purchased by Rudi Van Daalen Wetters on July 20, 1961. At that time, the car had the French license plate 69 JG 75, but it was subsequently registered in California as UBK 795. Rudi Van Daalen Wetters was a true Bugatti enthusiast and expert who had multiple Bugattis over the course of his life. With his passing in 1999, the Type 40A was inherited by Ria Van Daalen Wetters, his wife and a fellow Bugatti enthusiast. She continues to own the car to this day. The Type 40A was restored to Concours standards in 2004 and had its engine rebuilt in 2015 by High Mountain Classics of Greeley, Colorado.

Notable Events

. Produced January 1929 in Molsheim, France
. Delivered June 20, 1930 to Alistair Leveson-Gower
. Owned by Agent Dominique Lamberjack, circa 1939
. Located in Sothern California in the 1950’s
. Purchased by Rudi Van Daalen Wetters, July 20, 1961
. Inherited by Ria Van Daalen Wetters, October 1999
. Attended EBA Meeting in Molsheim, France, 2004
. International Bugatti Rally in the Ardennes, 2005
. Caruso Concours d’Elegance, Glendale, CA, Best in Show, 2008
. Los Angeles Concours d’Elegance, Pasadena, CA, Third Place, 2009
. Best of France and Italy Show, Woodley Park, CA, Best French Car, 2009
. International Bugatti Rally in California, 2010

References

. Conway, H G, The Bugatti Register, 1962: 34-35.
. Conway, H G, A New Bugatti Register , 1973: 56.
. Rheault, A, American Bugatti Register, 1979: 58.
. Rheault, A, American Bugatti Register, 1988: 89.
. Leith, S, American Bugatti Register, 2003: 110.
. Janson, K et al, The Bugatti Register NLB, Vol I, 2005: 74

Historic Context of the Type 40A

The combined works of Ettore and Jean Bugatti are very highly prized by collectors today. Bugatti automobiles are known for superb craftsmanship, intrinsic character and individuality. During a period of more than thirty years, a total of only about 7,800 Bugattis were produced, and of that total, less than 2,000 exist today. The range of Bugatti automobiles produced was very broad indeed, and included the incomparable and all-conquering Type 35 Grand Prix car, the magnificent Type 41 Royale and the stunning Type 57 SC Atlantic Coupe.
The Bugatti Type 40 was introduced in 1926 as a nimble and speedy model in the current factory lineup. An improved model, the Type 40A, was produced in 1930. The Types 40 and 40A were a bit smaller and more moderately priced than other Bugatti offerings at the time. A grand total of 830 were produced between 1926 and 1930, including about 50 Type 40A’s in 1930. It is estimated that around 200 Type 40’s and Type 40A’s have survived to this day.

The Type 40 was originally fitted with a Grand Prix derived 4-cylinder overhead cam engine of 1,500 cc displacement with three valves per cylinder. The later Type 40A featured a larger block of 1,625 cc displacement and two plugs per cylinder giving a somewhat better performance. The classic Bugatti designed solid front axle sat on semi-elliptic springs, the rear axle rested on reversed quarter elliptics and the wheels were 19-inch wires. To this package was added a Bugatti designed 4-speed transmission and superb cable operated 4-wheel brakes. The whole package was precisely controlled by a classic Bugatti designed steering wheel and box.
At 2,200 pounds, the Type 40A was light, well-balanced and a joy to drive. Many chassis were fitted with attractive custom bodies supplied by outside coachbuilders. Contemporary reports praised the car for its versatility and ability to reward the driver whether for touring, competing in hill climbs or contesting sports car races.

Things to Consider About This Car

The Type 40A Bugatti Roadster is composed of all of the best elements of the classic Bugatti designs of the 1920s and 1930s. The history of this car is notable for having an aristocratic first owner, having been driven by Louis Chiron and being currently owned by the same family of knowledgeable enthusiasts for the past 55 years. Today’s high level of interest in Bugatti automobiles derives from their rarity, meticulous build, astonishing design and beauty as well as an unparalleled history of excellence on road-racing courses and highways around the world. As one of the bright stars in that history, this Type 40A is sure to be forever valued highly by all those who understand the historic importance of Bugatti automobiles.



Details for Bugatti Type 40A Two-Place Roadster With Dickey Seat 1929 for sale

Make: Bugatti
Type: Type 40A
Coach: Two-Place Roadster With Dickey Seat
Year: 1929
Price: Auction
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Advert ID: 198975
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Abandoned Bugatti T55 replica project for sale. additional parts available. Good Chance to akquire of the most sought after Bugattis ever.


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Seller: F.A. Braam Ruben
Location: NETHERLANDS


Details for Bugatti T49 cabriolet 1931 for sale

Make: Bugatti
Type: T49
Coach: cabriolet
Year: 1931
Price: On Request
Advert ID: 198942




This Bugatti Type 49 has a rare 4 seater convertible body built by what we believe is Gangloff. The "house coachbuilder" of the Bugatti factory.
The car shows a sleek line and a low windshield, even with the top up she looks like a sporty convertible.

Originally the car was fitted with engine 341 but changed, probably by Robert Cornière, for 397.

One of the features that really makes this car stand out is the interior. It is made out of blue snake style imprinted leather and is mainly original! The missing pieces are hand crafted to fit the original structure. They blend in very well.

The car holds an overall sympathetic patina. She runs shifts and drives, but before taking her on any long trips, some mechanical work can be expected.

The condition of the wooden floorboards is incredible, and gives a suggestion about the cars overall woodwork.

For more information please send us an email.


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Details for Bugatti 37 Roadster 1926 for sale

Make: Bugatti
Type: 37
Coach: Roadster
Year: 1926
Price: On Request


Bugatti 37 Roadster 1926
This 37 Bugatti roadster consists of a set of original parts from different 37. Only the frame (made 30 years ago) and the bonnet are of recent French manufacturing. All these parts were purchased 40 years ago at Corni7res in Paris with a compressor 1500cc engine that has been completely revised in Oswald (including Régules redone)
The car is complete and has been rising in the rules. It remains the engine to replace the seats and to make a paint.
All these original Bugatti parts were purchased in 1976. There were 20 tons of parts 35, 37, 51, 44, etc. The owner began reassembling this 37 with original parts 37 and discovered that another Bugatti owner did register a Bugatti 37 Argentine Pursang with the same chassis number. This person is a good friend of him, he would not initiate proceedings to recover that number.
This car is sold with Bugatti 37A papers
This is visible in the southeast of France.


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Bugatti Type 37. Same family for over 30 years. Currently registered on UK V5 with approved Historic status by DVLA; possibility of french Carte Grise if required.
Offers over 425,000€.
Sorry no more photos available as I am putting the add on for a friend, but the car can be seen in the South of France. All details to be discussed in front of the car.


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Details for Bugatti Biplace type course 1924 for sale

Make: Bugatti
Type: Biplace
Coach: type course
Year: 1924
Price: On Request
Advert ID: 206574
Bugatti 30 type course 1924One of 16 models racing type built.This car is a real Bugatti 30 Original race. The first model Bugatti with 8-cylinder motor.The Type 30 \"race\" 1991 cc developed 86 hp.This car is visible in south of France.


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