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It was designed in 1934 by Jean Bugatti, eldest son of company founder, Ettore Bugatti and only 4 were produced.
The car is a modern version of the classic Bugatti Type 57, designed by founder Ettore Bugatti's son, Jean, in the 1930s and 40s.
A familiar face at Brooklands and personal friend of both Sir Malcolm Campbell and Ettore Bugatti, Barnato raced a variety of machinery but did not buy a Bentley until 1925.
This cast is numbered two in the series and was a gift to his brother, the car designer Ettore Bugatti. The prices of other artists are also rising.
That C shape echoes the florid signature of Ettore Bugatti, the company's founder, while a spine-like buttress arcing above the engine housing stretches back 80 years to the Type 57SC Atlantic, an art deco masterpiece that--were either of the two original models ever sold--would likely become the world's most expensive car.
Ettore Bugatti, Carlo's son, went on to design the famous 1930s racing cars.
A Ettore Bugatti B Bruce McLaren C Enzo Ferrari D Jack Brabham QUESTION 14 - for 14 points: Which country was once known as Serendip?
(Just for comparison, a 2015 Bugatti Veyron would come to $1.4 million to $1.69 million.) Incidentally, these are the first such Bugatti themed homes (or the Ettore 971 series to be precise after, with Ettore Bugatti being the brand's founder while "971" signifies the international code for the UAE.) "It's not putting a Bugatti stamp on to a Damac built property -- Bugatti had come out with a collection of interiors and home furnishings," said Ziad El Chaar, Managing Director of Damac Properties.
The Ettore 971 villas are named after the car manufacturer's founder, Ettore Bugatti, and the international calling code of the UAE.
Ettore 971 is named after Ettore Bugatti, the founder of the French luxury super sports car brand Bugatti, and '971' signifying the UAE's international code.
The sixth and final Bugatti Veyron to carry the "Legend" badge is in honour of the company founder himself, Ettore Bugatti.