Stunning 1931 Bugatti Type 51 – an exceptional example for the finest of collections and connoisseurs!
This example has excellent period racing history at the most significant Grand Prix with victories at Geneva and Rheims in 1931.
Maurice Trintignant’s first racing car, driven to GP des Frontiéres (Chimay) victories in 1938 & `39.
Owned and cherished by the Le Mans 24 Hours and double Monaco GP winner from 1938-1974.
Powered by a 2.3-litre twin overhead cam straight-eight engine, Ettore Bugatti´s fast and robust T51 was the epitome of 1939`s artisan engineering.
An heroic french blue Grand Prix car of impeccable provenance. Offered in fine condition with spares.