Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Bugatti T51 Dubos Coupe 1937 Maroon The Bugatti T51 was originally conceived as a race car and the chassis beneath this unique coupe started life as a works machine driven by Louis Chiron in 1931. The first private owner of the car, André Bith, used it on the road and track and having initially run with the original body with added cycle fenders, in 1937 commissioned Paris coachbuilder Louis Dubos to re-clothe it. The result was a very compact design, showing some influence for the Atlantic series of cars and a pronounced rear fin. The car is modelled as it is today, finished in a deep, lustrous maroon colour with a light tan interior. The paintwork is excellent on our sample and the small details carefully fitted.
Very well finished resincast models. Made in China.
Bugatti T51 Dubos Coupe model by Matrix
Maroon. Chassis #51133. Released 30/03/17
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