69. Bugatti type 35

69. Bugatti type 35


Solid axles with leaf springs were used front and rear and drum brakes at back, operated by cables, were specified. Alloys wheels were a novelty, as was the hollow front axle for reduced undersprung weight. A second feature of the type 35 that was to become a Bugatti trademark was passing the springs though the front axle rather than simply U-bolting them together as was done on their earlier cars. A less expensive version of the type 35 appeared in May 1925. The factory’s type 35A name was ignored by the public, who nicknamed  it “Tecla” after a famous maker of imitation jewelry. The Tecla’s engine used plain bearings, smaller valves and coil ignition like the type 30. While this decreased maintenance requirements it also reduced output. 139 of the type 35A were sold.


Original watercolour of Bugatti type 35


  • Signed by the Dutch artist Giovanni Casander himself
  • Watercolour on art paper
  • Not framed
  • Free International Shipping
  • Size : 37,5 x 27,5 cm = 14.76” x 10.82”
  • Price : € 495,–


Prints of this watercolour

  • Limited Edition art print (100 pcs) € 49,– each, numbered
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