33. Bugatti type 13 Brescia

33. Bugatti type 13 Brescia_full

Most road cars used an 8 valve engine though five type 13 racers had 16 valve heads, one of the first ever produced. The new company produced five examples in 1910 and entered the French Grand Prix at Le Mans in 1911. The tiny Bugatti looked out of place at the race but calmly took second place after seven hours of racing. A Grand Prix for Voiturettes at Le Mans was the only French event of 1920 and Bugatti entered the two completed cars from Milan and one more from the remaining parts. Ettoire’s illegal act of placing a hand on the radiatorcap during the race brought disqualification to the leading car however. The type 13 was unbeatable. Bugatti’s cars places 1, 2, 3 and 4 at the Brescia Grand Prix in 1921.

Original watercolour of Bugatti type 13 Brescia


  • Signed by the Dutch artist Giovanni Casander himself
  • Watercolour on art paper
  • Not framed
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  • Size : 29 x 20 cm = 11.42” x 7.87”
  • Price : € 495,–


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