1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic

  • Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic

    Eyes widen when cars fetch six-figure prices at auction. Mouths drop when the bid reaches seven figures. Eight figures? Remarkable, and the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic is one of only a few cars that has achieved such value—$30-plus million to be exact. For the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic's 80th birthday, the French luxury marque decided to take a look back on how the incredibly rare coupe came to be. Bugatti only built four of the delightfully swoopy coupes between 1936 and 1938 and they remain the crown jewels of Bugatti production cars. The models came to life when Ettore...

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    Ralph Lauren Has Something He'd Like To Show You

    Charity auctions are curious things. Some of the goods are what you'd expect: artwork, jewelry, Botox gift certificates. But when celebrities get involved, the Wow Factor can shoot through the roof. Or not. We once saw Gregory Hines auction off a tap lesson for one lucky bidder and three of her...

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    1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Sells For Record $30+ Million

    Bugatti has set a new world record for a car sold at auction with a 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic fetching more than $30 million this past weekend at a Gooding & Company auction. Formerly the coveted pillar of the world renowned Williamson Bugatti Collection, the Atlantic was the 2003 Pebble...

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