Bugatti Picture Sheet 2
The grand and gracious type 57
This model was introduced in 1934, was produced until 1939, and in modified form after WWII also, as type 101. The S model had a lower and shorter chassis, with the back axle running through holes in the chassis. The C versions were fitted with a compressor.
1936 T57 Ventoux Two Lite 72 kB, Photo: Don Stephan
T57 Ventoux 58 kB
1935 T57 Ventoux 9kB, description , Source: Coys of Kensington
T57 Stelvio in action 85kB, photo: Jaap Horst
1935 Type 57 C Stelvio Cabriolet Gangloff, 22kB, Source: Coys of Kensington
T57 Stelvio 159kB, photo: Jaap Horst
T57 Stelvio 37kB, Original Advertisement Thanks Jacob!
T57 Stelvio 76kB, photo: Jaap Horst
1937 T57C Stelvio 9kB, description Source: Coys of Kensington
1938 Type 57C Stelvio Drophead Coupe, 28kB, description
T57 Stelvio 174kB
T57 Atalante 263 kB, photo:David Sisson
T57 Atalante 70 kB
1939 T57 Aravis 56kB, Very nice and beautiful photo: Jaap Horst
T57C Galibier 86kB, photo: Jaap Horst
T57C Galibier 159kB, photo: Jaap Horst
1939 T57C Berline Galibier 78kB, B&W, Last model Galibier
The T57's were occasionally raced, but most famous are the versions that won the Le Mans 24 hour race in 1937 and 1939, below are two pictures of miniatures of these cars, made by Starter.
1937 T57G Le Mans 18k
1939 T57C Le Mans 18k
Picture Sheet 2a Type 57, external coachwork
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