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Bugatti 57 TT 1935

Bugatti was founded as an automobile manufacturer in 1909 and went on too produce some of the most famous cars in the world. Slightly more than 700 units of the Type 57 were manufactured in a wide variety of designs between 1933 and 1939. These cars were only fitted with eight-cylinder in-line engines with a displacement of 3.3 litres generating power ranging between approximately 135 and 200 HP.

The vehicle shown here originally belonged to Colonel G.M. Giles founder of the British Bugatti Owner's Club. The car is fitted with a highly tuned 3.3 litre engine generating an output pf approximately 148 HP. The unique four-seater convertible body was built by Bertelli in Feltham based on designs carried out by Eric Giles, the brother of the car's first owner. The designation TT was acquired by the car as a result of its successful racing history in the ULste Tourist Trophy. The Bugatti 57 TT 1935 was purchased by the last owner in 1950 and nicknamed "Therese".

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