Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Bugatti T101C Ghia Exner Blue The last ‘real’ Bugatti. Once the Bugatti factory had been recommissioned after war damage, thoughts eventually returned to car manufacture and in 1950 a handful of modified T57 chassis were laid down as the basis of the new T101. One chassis remained bare and in 1961 it was sold to Virgil Exner who designed a most distinctive body for it, which Ghia built and the car was unveiled eventually at the 1965 Turin show! Many of the design features are unmistakably Exner and he managed to incorporate a traditional Bugatti radiator grille at the front which flows into a traditionally shaped and louvred centre bonnet panel. Beauty is a subjective thing, but the car has been extremely well modelled!
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