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"If I was asked to give my opinion as to the best all-round super-sports car ... I should, without hesitation whatever, say it was the 3.3 [T57] Bugatti." - Sir Malcolm Campbell, The Field, September 4th, 1937.

The magnificent Type 57 was the final flowering of the genius of Ettore Bugatti and Jean Bugatti, and was the last truly new model from the Bugatti factory in Molsheim, France.

Conceived as a fast, luxurious and exclusive touring car, the T57 was in production from 1934 to 1939, and was so successful that the model accounts for around 10 per cent of all Bugattis built at Molsheim.

Not only a sales success, the T57 formed the basis of a Grand Prix model, a twice Le Mans-winning sports racing car and, in road-going form, wore some of the most beautiful bodies ever created by the great coachbuilders of the vintage period. See the work of

Letourneur & Marchand, Graber, Gangloff, James Young, Corsica, Van Vooren & Saoutchik, Vanden Plas, Figoni & Falaschi, Sodomka, Henri Labourdette, Fernandel & Darren, Franay, Guillore, Malyby, Tuschner, Worblaufen and Rice & Harper. Also the standard bodies: Atalante, Galibier, Stelvio, Ventoux, Atlantic and Aravis.

Barrie Prices work is a concise history of the T57 and its derivatives the T59, T64 and T101, an engineering analysis, and the most thorough survey yet of the many coachbuilt bodies fitted to this famous chassis. The reader will also find appendices crammed with detailed and valuable information ranging from chassis numbers and original owners to sales and service statistics.

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About the Author :

Barrie Price has spent a lifetime in the motor industry. he is proprietor of Lea-Francis Cars Ltd and President of the Lea-Francis Owners Club; co-founder and former Chairman of the Rolls-Royce and Bentley Specialist's Association; former Chairman of the Bugatti Owners Club, and the co-founder and former Chairman of the Bugatti Trust. Barrie has owned or driven practically every type of Bugatti, and has lived in Warwickshire all of his life.

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"hugely authoritative and packed with hundreds of images, including particularly fascinating pics of oddball one-offs and Bugattis in their declining years." - Octane (UK)

"A wonderful book, magnificent!" - Oldtimer Magazine/ Dreamcar Magazine

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Description du livre Veloce Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom, 2015. Hardback. État : New. 2nd Revised edition. Language: English . Brand New Book. If I was asked to give my opinion as to the best all-round super-sports car .I should, without hesitation whatever, say it was the 3.3 [T57] Bugatti. - Sir Malcolm Campbell, The Field, September 4th, 1937.The magnificent Type 57 was the final flowering of the genius of Ettore Bugatti and Jean Bugatti, and was the last truly new model from the Bugatti factory in Molsheim, France.Conceived as a fast, luxurious and exclusive touring car, the T57 was in production from 1934 to 1939, and was so successful that the model accounts for around 10 per cent of all Bugattis built at Molsheim.Not only a sales success, the T57 formed the basis of a Grand Prix model, a twice Le Mans-winning sports racing car and, in road-going form, wore some of the most beautiful bodies ever created by the great coachbuilders of the vintage period. See the work of Letourneur Marchand, Graber, Gangloff, James Young, Corsica, Van Vooren Saoutchik, Vanden Plas, Figoni Falaschi, Sodomka, Henri Labourdette, Fernandel Darren, Franay, Guillore, Malyby, Tuschner, Worblaufen and Rice Harper. Also the standard bodies: Atalante, Galibier, Stelvio, Ventoux, Atlantic and Aravis.Barrie Price s work is a concise history of the T57 and its derivatives the T59, T64 and T101, an engineering analysis, and the most thorough survey yet of the many coachbuilt bodies fitted to this famous chassis. The reader will also find appendices crammed with detailed and valuable information ranging from chassis numbers and original owners to sales and service statistics. N° de réf. du libraire AAJ9781845848712

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Description du livre Veloce Publishing Ltd, United Kingdom, 2015. Hardback. État : New. 2nd Revised edition. Language: English . Brand New Book. If I was asked to give my opinion as to the best all-round super-sports car .I should, without hesitation whatever, say it was the 3.3 [T57] Bugatti. - Sir Malcolm Campbell, The Field, September 4th, 1937.The magnificent Type 57 was the final flowering of the genius of Ettore Bugatti and Jean Bugatti, and was the last truly new model from the Bugatti factory in Molsheim, France.Conceived as a fast, luxurious and exclusive touring car, the T57 was in production from 1934 to 1939, and was so successful that the model accounts for around 10 per cent of all Bugattis built at Molsheim.Not only a sales success, the T57 formed the basis of a Grand Prix model, a twice Le Mans-winning sports racing car and, in road-going form, wore some of the most beautiful bodies ever created by the great coachbuilders of the vintage period. See the work of Letourneur Marchand, Graber, Gangloff, James Young, Corsica, Van Vooren Saoutchik, Vanden Plas, Figoni Falaschi, Sodomka, Henri Labourdette, Fernandel Darren, Franay, Guillore, Malyby, Tuschner, Worblaufen and Rice Harper. Also the standard bodies: Atalante, Galibier, Stelvio, Ventoux, Atlantic and Aravis.Barrie Price s work is a concise history of the T57 and its derivatives the T59, T64 and T101, an engineering analysis, and the most thorough survey yet of the many coachbuilt bodies fitted to this famous chassis. The reader will also find appendices crammed with detailed and valuable information ranging from chassis numbers and original owners to sales and service statistics. N° de réf. du libraire AAJ9781845848712

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Description du livre Veloce Publishing, 2015. État : New. The concise history of the Bugatti Type 57, 57S, 64 & 101. The magnificent Type 57 was the final flowering of the genius of Ettore and Jean Bugatti, and the last truly new model from Molsheim, France. Packed with over 300 images - mostly contemporary - this book is recognised as THE standard reference on the 57 and its close relatives. Num Pages: 240 pages, 300. BIC Classification: WGCB. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 220 x 260 x 23. Weight in Grams: 1194. . 2015. 2nd Revised edition. Hardcover. . . . . . N° de réf. du libraire V9781845848712

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Description du livre Veloce Publishing Ltd. Hardback. État : new. BRAND NEW, Bugatti 57 - The Last French Bugatti (2nd Revised edition), Barrie Price, "If I was asked to give my opinion as to the best all-round super-sports car .I should, without hesitation whatever, say it was the 3.3 [T57] Bugatti." - Sir Malcolm Campbell, The Field, September 4th, 1937.The magnificent Type 57 was the final flowering of the genius of Ettore Bugatti and Jean Bugatti, and was the last truly new model from the Bugatti factory in Molsheim, France.Conceived as a fast, luxurious and exclusive touring car, the T57 was in production from 1934 to 1939, and was so successful that the model accounts for around 10 per cent of all Bugattis built at Molsheim.Not only a sales success, the T57 formed the basis of a Grand Prix model, a twice Le Mans-winning sports racing car and, in road-going form, wore some of the most beautiful bodies ever created by the great coachbuilders of the vintage period. See the work of Letourneur & Marchand, Graber, Gangloff, James Young, Corsica, Van Vooren & Saoutchik, Vanden Plas, Figoni & Falaschi, Sodomka, Henri Labourdette, Fernandel & Darren, Franay, Guillore, Malyby, Tuschner, Worblaufen and Rice & Harper. Also the standard bodies: Atalante, Galibier, Stelvio, Ventoux, Atlantic and Aravis.Barrie Price's work is a concise history of the T57 and its derivatives the T59, T64 and T101, an engineering analysis, and the most thorough survey yet of the many coachbuilt bodies fitted to this famous chassis. The reader will also find appendices crammed with detailed and valuable information ranging from chassis numbers and original owners to sales and service statistics. N° de réf. du libraire B9781845848712

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