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Bugatti Royale Coupé Napoleon 1927

The Coupé Napoleon designed by Jean Bugatti is one the six Bugatti Royales built from the end of the twenties to the early thirties. The Coupé Napoleon was the first Royale to be constructed in 1927. Its chassis 411000, was propelled by a 14.7 litre engine.


During its history, this chassis received four different bodies including the first one, a Packard bought by Bugatti at the Salon de Paris 1925. After Ettore Bugatti had an accident with a berline Weymann body (the fourth one), the final one was worked out by his son Jean Bugatti giving days to the Coupé Napoleon characterised by an Elephant standing on top of the bonnet.


The Bugatti family drove the Coupé Napoleon until Fritz Sclumpf bought it in 1963. The car is exposed in the Museum National de L’Automobile Collection Schlumpf in Mulhouse (France).

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