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1930 Bugatti Type 46 Semi-profile Coupe. Collection of Merle and Peter Mullin.

1930 Bugatti Type 46 Semi-profile Coupe. Collection of Merle and Peter Mullin.

Brutsch Mopetta    A single seat, 3-wheeled roadster, powered by a single cylinder 49 cc engine driving through a three speed gearbox. Top speed was around 45 km/h and fourteen cars were produced. Production was licensed to former Opel dealer Georg von Opel, who planned to build the Mopetta at a former Horex motorcycle factory, however this plan appears to have resulted in nothing more than the production of sales literature. Due to its unusual design and rarity, the Mopetta has been subject…

Brutsch Mopetta A single seat, 3-wheeled roadster, powered by a single cylinder 49 cc engine driving through a three speed gearbox. Top speed was around 45 km/h and fourteen cars were produced. Production was licensed to former Opel dealer Georg von Opel, who planned to build the Mopetta at a former Horex motorcycle factory, however this plan appears to have resulted in nothing more than the production of sales literature. Due to its unusual design and rarity, the Mopetta has been subject…

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1930 Bugatti Type 46 Superprofile Coupe | repinned by www.BlickeDeeler.de ps http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00RZ1TKYE

The Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, California celebrates the Art Deco age of the automobile. The museum houses some of the world's rarest—and most expensive—cars, ranging from the Hispano-Suiza Xenia to the "Million Franc" Delahaye to the Bugatti Atlantic, pictured here. "The Atlantic is crafted from aluminum with a riveted centerline spine adapted from aviation," Andrew Reilly, Special Projects Director for the Mullin Automotive Museum, told the Ventura County Star of this classic. In…

Glory days of automotive design: From Bugatti to Voisin, when vehicles didn't look like the Nissan Cube - Photos - Glory days of automotive design

The Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, California celebrates the Art Deco age of the automobile. The museum houses some of the world's rarest—and most expensive—cars, ranging from the Hispano-Suiza Xenia to the "Million Franc" Delahaye to the Bugatti Atlantic, pictured here. "The Atlantic is crafted from aluminum with a riveted centerline spine adapted from aviation," Andrew Reilly, Special Projects Director for the Mullin Automotive Museum, told the Ventura County Star of this classic. In…

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