Explore the world of the 1930s Bugatti automobiles in this section of Classic & Collectible Cars.
The 1926-1932 Bugatti Type 41 Royales were ultra-exclusive cars that cost the equivalent of half a million dollars by today's standards. This car featured a massive engine that displaced 12.8 liters, which is big even by today's standards. Learn more.
The 1930-1931 Bugatti Type 43/43A came from a famous line of racing cars designed by Ettore Buggati. As they were costly to buy and restore, only 150 of these collectible cars were produced.
The 1932-1935 Bugatti Type 55 was a very exclusive roadgoing version of the small-engined supercharged Type 51 Grand Prix car. It offers all of the usual joys and heartaches of a true thoroughbred Bugatti, plus greater exclusivity. Learn about this classic car.
The 1934-1940 Bugatti Type 57/57C is the final statement of Bugatti's design philosophy, combining a fine modern engine with an uncompromisingly "vintage" chassis and a great variety of startlingly styled bodywork. Learn more about this classic car.
The 1936-1938 Bugatti Type 57S/SC with its sexy styling is as desirable now as it was in the past. You'd be hard-pressed to get your hands on one today. Learn more about this collectible car.
The 1930-1934 Bugatti Type 50 is a "derivative" Bugatti built on a scaled-down Type 46 Royale chassis. This was a direct replacement for the Type 46 and big and luxurious by any standards. Learn more about this expensive classic car.
The 1930-1934 Bugatti Type 49, which has achieved CCCA Classic status, is without a doubt a collectible car. Practical and versatile by Bugatti standards, the 1930-1934 Bugatti Type 49 was not really intended for competition. Learn about this classic car.