Bugatti Royale Typ 41 Coupé de Ville (1:18, Solido)

  • Bugatti Royale Typ 41 Coupé de Ville (from 1930)
  • Solido
  • 1:18
  • Showcase model / No engine
  • black (brilliant finish)
  • unlimited
  • In near mint condition
  • Original package does not exist
  • Not for sale
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A car, which you will probably never encounter in the street. At a value of $ 10 million but that's no surprise ....
The over 6m long Type 41 (Royale) weighed about 3 tons and was powered by a powerful 8 cylinder inline engine with legendary 12-liter capacity. The 300 horsepower ranged up to 200 km / h. 48 liters of water cooled, this engine, and a tank of 190 liters made for the necessary fuel stock.
Ettore Bugatti reserved the right to select its own customers. Not everyone was allowed to drive "his" cars.
Under the model 41 the bill was unfortunately not quite on. At that time, many vehicles were supplied as "chassis", the structure gave them well-known bodywork "Schneider".
450,000 FF cost a Royale, which was 100,000 more than a Rolls-Royce. No wonder nobody wanted to have such a car in times of economic crisis (or could). So only 6 pieces were produced. But .......... all 6 are still preserved.

The model will be officially given the size of 1:18, but is more likely in the range of 1: 21.5.
Doors can not be opened, for the hood. The line of the model is very well made.

Author: Oldtimer
* All figures are approximate and no guarantee

Author: Oldtimer

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