Chro34 Bugatti T57SC Atalante sn57523 1937

Chro34 Bugatti T57SC Atalante sn57523 1937

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Body Atalante , name of a goddess of Greek mythology, was an interpretation of the 1935 cut Aerolithe , the prototype that also inspired the Atlantic. Designed by Jean Bugatti as a two-seater sports coupe , the Atalante was one of the rarest body on frame type 57.
57523 initially belonged to Mr Gandon of Paris who acquired April 16, 1937 . It was originally painted in black with a black interior.
Sold in 1952 , the original engine was damaged and 57S SC supercharged engine was then installed by the new owner.
Car parts in the United States around 1959-1960 and was sold to George Huguely who then resold without the engine Donald Versley .
It found a new engine block and converted SC configuration, with a dry sump lubrication and a compressor .
The car went into the hands of various owners before ending up in the Blackhawk Collection.
The car was completely restored and completed in 2006.

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