1928 Bugatti Type 43 Grand Sport
When introduced early in 1927, the Type 43 was one of the only road-going cars that could reach 100 mph. This speed was possible due to the detuned inline-8 borrowed from the Type 35B Grand Prix car that was supercharged to produce 120 bhp.
Chassis details were similar to the the aborted Type 33 project, having curve side rails and a longer wheelbase to accommodate two rows of seats.
The profile of the car was similar the Grand Prix cars with it’s cigar shaped body, pointed tail, louvred sides and aluminum cast wheels.
Pictures & Gallery
See full 1928 Bugatti Type 43 Grand Sport Gallery here