A 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante is the talk of the media today, a refreshing break from the stories we’ve been hearing from the automotive industry of late. The 1937 Bugatti, an ultra luxury two-seater supercar, was found in the garage of a recently deceased doctor in England. It was 1 of 17 made, and has been sitting, untouched, in his garage since 1960.
The AP said, "It was the equivalent of finding an old Picasso or an unknown Beatles tape hidden away in your uncle’s attic."
Now that puts it in more perspective for me.
The 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Atalante is worth at least 3 million pounds, or US $4.3 million. It’s one of the most expensive antique cars ever discovered.
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