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Rusty and broken Bugatti 20- x will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

The Bugatti Type 35 is considered one of the most successful racing models in history. In just a few years, this car has won over 1000 competitions.

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A 1929 Bugatti Type 35C is exhibited at the Artcurial in Paris. The car is rusted and with dents on the body, but nevertheless they plan to get from 2.5 to 3.5 million euros for it. The history of the car was revealed on the official website of the auction house.

Rusty and broken Bugatti of the 20s will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

Rusty and battered Bugatti of the 20s will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

The Bugatti Type 35 is the most successful racing model of the first half of the 20th century. For several years, this car has won over 1000 different competitions.

The car is equipped with a compressor in-line eight with a volume of 2.0 liters and a capacity of 130 liters. With. Lightweight (760 kg) sports car accelerates to 200 km/h.

Rusty and broken Bugatti of the 20s will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

Rusty and broken Bugatti of the 20s will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

This particular Bugatti Type 35C car was also noted in the races. Its first owner was Baron George Philip Rothschild. The representative of the famous dynasty was fond of motorsport in his youth.

Rusty and broken Bugatti of the 20s will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

Rusty and broken Bugatti 20's will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

In 1929, Baron Rothschild on the Bugatti Type 35C took fourth place in the famous Monaco Grand Prix, and then won several races in France. He had several Bugattis in his garage, so over time he sold the car to another aristocratic racer, Marcel Roussel.

Rusty and broken Bugatti of the 20s will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

Rusty and broken Bugatti of the 20s will go under the hammer for 3.5 million euros (photo)

The car has changed owners several times, but no one has restored it. This is the most authentic Bugatti Type 35, because most of its parts are native. The car is still racing retro cars.