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1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic as the World’s Most Expensive Car


 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic expensive Photo

There are only four units of 1936 Bugatti type 57SC Atlantic in this world. This special ride is considered as one of the most fashionable and beautiful rides ever invented from the pre-war period. With coupe flowing lines and the particular dorsal seams along the length side of the car, this classic car is certainly a piece of art. The design is almost similar like fighter airplanes back at those times. Maybe that’s what makes this ride so unique.

And this 1936 Bugatti type 57SC Atlantic is just considered as the world’s most expensive car since it was sold at the price between $30 and $40 millions during a particular auction in May 2010. The previous owner of this fantastic ride was a neurologist, Dr. Peter Williamson, who passed away in 2008. The identity of the buyer is confidential; however, two other units of this model belong to Ralph Lauren and the other is located in Paris.

 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic expensive

Previously, the Bugatti Veyron was considered as the world’s most expensive ride with price tag around $2,400,000.  Well, it seems that the classic one is beating up the modern one with very serious differentiating price gap. If it’s up to you, which one would you choose?



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