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Delahaye Bugnotti is old school classy (7 Photos)

Built in the 1930s, this beauty would likely sell in the ballpark of a quarter million dollars. But c’mon, it’s breathtaking.

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  • juice recipes

    Youre indeed right with this blog post..

  • confused

    that looks like one nice car

  • top dog

    Nice car but, what kind of turning radius does it have?

    • Greg

      If I had enough money, I’d buy that car regardless of it’s turning radius. That V8 I assume is under the hood should propel it fast enough in a straight line, so even if it handles like a boat that should make up for it 😀 Also, how can you look at that bodywork and wonder if the thing corners well? It’s a work of art!

      • top dog

        It’s not the handling that worries me, it’s turning around or a corner. If I wanted to go straight I’d buy a rail dragster, and even they can turn a corner.

    • HellHathNoFury

      I’ll tell you what king radius: a hell of a lot smaller than a lifted chevy with an extended cab and longbed, and a hell of alot smaller than a 20 ft long Caddy

  • Interested

    Very nice! But, how does it handle in the snow?

  • Anonymous

    Very nice car, but it doesn’t look suitable for the rain.

  • Mattythegooch

    drive it?? I would make sweet love to it all day…..yeah, I’m kinky!!

  • Equalizer

    I want one for Christmas!!!

  • MichaelGS

    an early version of the batmobile?

  • iditot

    HOW MANY COUPHOLDERS?

  • HANK

    Very nice, but can it drive on water?

  • Brad

    NOT built in the 1930's, but a recent design by Chip Foose. Knuckleheads scouring the web for interesting photos should just not comment…
    http://www.luxist.com/2010/05/07/delahaye-bugnott

  • photographe 74

    I am in accordance completely

  • Lasik

    Thank goodness some bloggers can write. Thanks for this writing!!

  • CHEAP NORCO

    Extremely well executed blog…

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