Wednesday, 12 December 2012

'25 Bugatti Type 35

There's a modern obsession with blogs that contain the word 'stance', and Stanceworks is arguably the original founder of it all. Ever keen to stay at the zeitgeist of car culture rather than stagnating in what some may view as 'the same old cars', they've been demonstrating impressive diversity of late.
Take, for example, this Bugatti. It's a 1925 Type 35 that wears the patina of generations of race provenance with enthusiasm; as seems to be fashionable with competition Bugattis of this era, it's unrestored in order to demonstrate two key things - the quality of craftsmanship when it was nailed together eighty-seven years ago, and the fact that it's still driven in anger. The latter is a source of much pride for the discerning vintage Bugatti owner.
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