Bugatti Type 59 : 1933

Eight built.
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n/a 8-cylinder 250.0 1933 - 1935
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1933 Bugatti Type 59. (source: Bugatti)

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1933 Bugatti Type 59. (source: Bugatti)

• Year of manufacture: 1933–35
• Units built: 8
• Engine: 8-cylinder in-line engine, 2 valve/cylinder, 2 overhead camshafts
• Cubic capacity/bore [cm³/mm]: 3257/72 x 100
• Compressor: yes
• Carburetor: 2 Zenith
• Power [HP at revolutions/min]: 250 at 5500
• Forward gears: 4
• Drive: shaft-driven
• Front wheel suspension: live axle, semi-elliptical springs
• Back wheel suspension: live axle, inverted quarter-elliptical springs
• Brakes: Cable drum brakes
• Wheelbase [meters]: 2.6
• Wheel track [meters]: 1.25
• Tire size: 5.50 x 19
• Weight [kilograms]: approx. 750

(source: Bugatti)

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