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Discussion in 'Vintage Ferrari Market' started by tritone, Jun 2, 2009.

  1. tritone

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  3. dretceterini

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    The Atalante has got to be the strangest styled car ever designed. Good..... very good.... but strange!


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  5. dretceterini

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    It's not an Atalante....it's a one-off T57C (supercharged by NOT lowered chassis) designed by Jean Bugatti and built by? (Graber maybe?)
     
  6. ColdWater

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    A Bonhams brochure I just received indicates they will sell at Quail a Ferrari that is unmistakably #0197EL. Not a fan of JCB colors, but this is the Vignale 212 that I would most want in my garage. Any guesstimates ? I'd say $750 - 850 if the engine, etc. have definitely been restored to original.
     
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  8. richardowen

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    I believe the coachwork came from the factory. It's not far off the Galibier Sport Saloon which was factory bodywork, although this particular car has only two doors and a better tire cover. Many parts, including engine/transmission/interior are sufficiently custom enough to call this a 'speciale'
     
  9. richardowen

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    "Several former factory employees say the factory workers rebodied the car on their own time and at their own expense and presented it as a birthday present to Ettore Bugatti."
     

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