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Bugatti Type 35 "Pur Sang" . . Summary History My Model Caracteristics Pictures History The Bugatti Type 35 is a racing car produced by Bugatti in Molsheim, France between 1924 and 1931. It is one of Bugattis most known car and one of the most successful cars in racing history. Aside of its spectacular forms, the Type 35 was phenomenally successful, winning over 1,000 races in its time. It wasn’t a particular powerful ca (60 to 120 bhp), but its reliability and handling led it to victory. Ettore Bugattis compared these cars with “Pur Sang” horses, starting the myth of the “Pur Sang” Bugattis. It took the Grand Prix World Championship in 1926 after winning 351 races and setting 47 records in the two prior years. At its height, Type 35s averaged 14 race wins per week. Bugatti won the Targa Florio for five consecutive years, from 1925 through 1929, with the Type 35. It was declined in many versions (Type 35, 35A, 35C, 35T, 35B, 37, 37A, 39 and  39A). Approximatively 640 cars were built until 1931, which is a big number considering the fact that it is a race car. In beginnings of the 1930s, it couldn’t keep up with the Mercedes and Alfa Romeos, those being heavily supported by their respective governments. My Model Nothing really crazy this time ... It has a 6 cylinder inline engine connected to the rear wheels via a differential. The steering mechanism is a replica of the one in the real car and is working. It took 12 hours to build. Caracteristics Width 20 studs Length 55 studs Wheelbase 36 studs Front / Rear Axle 18 studs Scale 1:8,4 Number of Bricks 864 Rendering Engine Bluerender Pictures Also find me on: Thanks for watching!

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