Black Bugatti Royal Limousine Type 41 from 1933

Black Bugatti Royal Limousine Type 41 from 1933, eight cylinders, 12 763 cc, 300 HP, 180 km/h.

The chassis were acquired by Captain C. W. Foster, in England, who entrusted them to one of the most famous coachbuilders of London: Park Ward. The car later belonged, among others, to the American Bugatti collector John W. Shakespeare, who made several north-south journeys across US, without an incident. 

An automobile museum (Cité de l’Automobile) in Mulhouse

 

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