The spectacular Lancia Aurelia B20 Coupe in 1951 at the La Carrera Panamericana
The last ‘original’ Bugatti (referring to the original family run company) to be produced was the Type 101 and one of these 101s went to coachbuilder Antem and was transformed into something weird and somewhat charming. The Bugatti T101 Antem Coupe is an unusual looking design, smothered in mystery and uniqueness. In those days, plenty of ‘one-off’ cars existed, but the significance of this being of the final 8 cars Bugatti ever built before disappearing and being resurrected by an amped-up Volkswagen make this car even more interesting than it already is, in my opinion.
Only eight Type 101s were ever built. The chassis 101 504 would then be sent to Antem of Paris and become the unique Type 101 C Antem Coupé, arguably the most striking and beautiful Type 101.
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One of THE most beautiful Grand Prix cars, the 1950-51 Talbot Lago T26c
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