680 Mile Prototype: 1994 Bugatti EB 110 GT

When it comes to supercars, the Lamborghini Countach and Ferrari Testarossa always get the nod as two of the most iconic (with perhaps the Lotus Esprit bringing up the rear, if we’re judging 80s and 90s cars). But if… more»

1001 Horsepower 2008 Bugatti Veyron On eBay?

Almost every manufacturer has produced a car that could be labeled as a “halo” model. These cars are designed to push the boundaries and entice mere mortals like you and me into their showrooms. We may not have the… more»

$200K Replica? 1937 Bugatti Type 57

Replicas are always difficult cars to place, both value-wise and project-worthiness-wise, as the construction and quality of the kit are significant determining factors. Without that information, it’s hard to pinpoint worth, but the seller of this Bugatti Type 57… more»

English-Bodied 1937 Bugatti 3.3L Type 57

A truly unique history envelops this elegant Italian French sports car. The 1937 Bugatti Type 57 Surbaisse 3.3-Litre Four-Seat Sports Grand Routier called ‘Dulcie’ began life as one of three lightweight chassis built for Bugatti’s works team. One complete… more»

Artificially Aged: 1964 Bugatti 35B Replica

If someone offers you a Bugatti Type 35B for the princely sum of $10,600, there are a couple of possibilities. The first is that what they are selling is a replica. The other possibility is that they’ve made a… more»

Amazing Triple Bugatti Barn Find!

Only the family of Belgian sculptor August Thomassen knew what was hidden away in his studio barn. Behind the sandbags stacked in front of the large wooden doors, there was a collection of four vintage vehicles including a million… more»

Trailer Park Sighting: Million Dollar Bugatti!

We’ve seen a Superbird in a trailer park, but this is our first Bugatti! Just because someone chooses to live in a mobile home that doesn’t mean they don’t have fine taste when it comes to automobiles. I suppose that… more»

Geneva Show Car: 1993 Bugatti EB 110

Bugattis have a colorful history in almost any iteration, and the elaborate EB 110 was produced at a time when the company’s ownership was flirting with financial ruin. Despite this, the EB 110 remains one of the most sought-after… more»

Roadside Sighting: 1927 Bugatti For $1,800?

Alright, before anyone has a heart attack, there’s no way this is a real 1927 Bugatti Type 35B! It has to be a replica, especially with an asking price of just $1,800. Reader Jerry V spotted it in Grain Valley,… more»

Faded Dreams: Abandoned Bugatti Factory

The name is slowly fading off the side of the building and the factory assembly lines now sit empty, but at one time this building was home to a very special brand. The Bugatti Automobile brand was reborn in… more»

Bugatti Barn Find Resurrected!

When Doug M. sent in photos of this 1938 Bugatti Type 57C Atalante, I thought it looked familiar. Sure enough, it sold back in 2007 at the Greenwich Concours for an eye-watering $852k – about double what the auction… more»

Barn Find Museum Exhibit!

The Pantheon Basel Museum is currently showing their Barn Finds exhibit and is a must see!

Amazing Bugatti Barn Find!

One would assume that every single Bugatti barn find has already been unearthed. Well, here’s more proof that there might still be a few out there waiting to be found. A small group of people have dedicated their whole… more»

Find of the Year: The Baillon Collection

Looks like the car world is going to end the year with a bang! We have seen some amazing discoveries this past year, but I think it is safe to say that this one takes the cake. Outside of… more»

The Robber Baron’s Bugatti Boondoggle

The 1964 Shakespeare-Schlumpf transaction is the grandest used-car deal in recorded history. After Volkswagen AG took over control of Bugatti in 1998, executives at the peoples’ car company thought it might be nice to own one of the six… more»

Bugatti Barn Finds Still Exist

With all the talk about how all the good barn finds have already been found, one cant help but wonder if the the supply is drying up. Well we can confirm that new discoveries are being made everyday and… more»