Bugatti Type 22

  • 1913 Bugatti Type 22 visits Jay Leno's Garage

    The oldest driveable Bugatti in the world is the star of the latest episode of “Jay Leno's Garage,” and this time the car isn't a member of the Leno fleet. It belongs to Alan Travis, a lover of pre-war—we're talking pre-WW1 here—cars, who Leno met during a recent Cars and Coffee meet. The car is a 1913 Bugatti Type 22, one of the first Bugattis built by brand founder and namesake Ettore Bugatti. It's powered by an inline-4 that's a work of art in itself, and drive is to the rear wheels via a 4-speed manual transmission. Travis has only recently completed a full...

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