Bugatti T 41 Royale side profiles (1930's)

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    various models
     

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    bugatti royale side views.

    I used to have this old hotwheels car and it was an old Classic Bugatti, kind of resembles that black one.. except mine which Id love to make if I had the time.. Anyhow only difference was it had a rounded top on it which was looked very nice :D
     
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    bugatti royale surely a beautiful car gr8 prints
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    Bugatti T 41 Royale Various

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    One of them is the most expensive car in the world right now. It was sold at Christie's for 5.5 million british pounds.
     

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    THE most expensive

    Actually, at the moment the most expensive car ever sold at auction is the 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, which sold for the truly ridiculous figure of somewhere between 30 and 40 million bucks to an unknown (most likely middle eastern) client. That's a lot of money to pay for a car that nobody in their right mind would ever try to drive.

    On a more reasonable note, there was a 1934 Packard V12 (woo hoo) in sad but very restorable condition recently being sold on Ebay. First they tried to sell it for about $40,000 but amazingly had no takers. Now it's going for about $10,000 and I'd buy it in a second if I had the money (and a place to put it, and the bucks to restore it and... well, I can dream can't I?) Now that is a real bargain, even though you'd likely put at least $60,000 in it in restoration costs.
     

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