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Bugatti Type 57C(1936 to 1939)

Bugatti introduced their supercharged version of the Type 57, the Type 57C, in 1936. The 'C' designation comes from the French word for supercharger: Compresseur. As with the Base Type 57, the 57C was available in a handful of body styles, including the Type 57C Atalante. It was common at the time for Type 57 owners to have Bugatti fit the supercharger to Type 57 and Type 57S models after their construction, so while a car may be fitted with a supercharger, it may not have left the factory with one.

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Bugatti introduced their supercharged version of the Type 57, the Type 57C, in 1936. The 'C' designation comes from the French word for… Read more

Bugatti introduced their supercharged version of the Type 57, the Type 57C, in 1936. The 'C' designation comes from the French word for supercharger: Compresseur. As with the Base Type 57, the 57C was available in a handful of body styles, including the Type 57C Atalante. It was common at the time for Type 57 owners to have Bugatti fit the supercharger to Type 57 and Type 57S models after their construction, so while a car may be fitted with a supercharger, it may not have left the factory with one.

Learn more about the Type 57C on Wikipedia

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