Even aside from the Bugatti pedigree, however, this E-Type is lust-worthy. The exterior, while dusty, appears to be almost entirely straight and rust-free, while the interior is nearly pristine—even after sitting in storage for the past 42 years.
Although the odometer was reset during its upgrade procedure in Molsheim, the car’s mileage is documented at just 46,000 kilometers, or about 28,500 miles.]
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It’s not clear if the car is in running condition at the moment, or what might be required to get it back to driving duty, but it’s a beautiful example and it’s estimated to sell for €38,000-45,000, or about $52,000-$61,000.
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