Ok we’re guilty. We’ve inserted William G. Giltzow’s 1951 photo of an unidentified Bugatti eagerly being worked on by a number of young American Bugatti enthusiasts into the cover of a classic book on the 8 cylinder touring Bugattis. Maybe it will help someone identify the mystery Bugatti. A good read in any case as you will see below in our archived book review.
Review by Pete Vack
Like most manufacturers, Bugatti was in business to make money by producing automobiles (and railcars), a fact that is often obscured by the brilliance of the Type 35, 55, and 57 Bugattis. And to be sure, those are the Bugattis that most often appear at vintage events, auctions and car shows; how easy it has become to overlook the bread and butter Bugattis that comprised the Types 30, 38, 44 and 49 line of straight eight touring cars. [Read more…] about A Great Book on Bugatti 8 Cylinder Tourers