Green Bugatti Coach Type 57 from 1936 by Jean Henri-Labourdette

Green Bugatti Coach Type 57 from 1936, eight cylinders, 3257, 135 HP, 150 km/h. 

Jean Henri-Labourdette was one of the first builders of bodies for automobiles (1858-1939). The first body for an automobile attributed to Henri Labourdette was built in 1896. 

Famous customers, such as L.A.R “Les Infants D’Espagne” and then later on King Alphonso XIII, Empress Eugenie, numerous Russian princes or René de Knyff, Panhard & Levassor’s director, confirm the Labourdette’s excellent reputation.

Read more: World best cars by Jordi Vilaró ...