Blue Bugatti Coach Type 49 from 1933, 8 cylinders, 5350 cc, 140 HP, 145 km/h

The Bugatti Type 49 is a sports car from the automobile manufacturer Bugatti, designed by Ettore Bugatti and Jean Bugatti (father & son), a road variant of the competition Bugatti Type 35, presented at the 1930 Paris Motor Show, and produced in 470 copies until 1934.

The Type 49 succeeds the Bugatti Type 43 and 44 of 1927, from which it takes over the 8-cylinder in-line ACT 24-valve engine with 3.3 liters of displacement (ultimate model with the Bugatti Type 46 to be motorized with this mythical Bugatti Type 35 competition engine).

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