The Car Room got to spend some quality time with many of the models on display at the 2011 Nuremberg International Toy Fair. This time around, it's a pre-production sample of the upcoming CMC Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic, as owned by designer Ralph Lauren
CMC Bugatti Type 57 "Atlantic"
Car Room Report: CLIPS! Sometimes words and photos aren't enough. Models
like CMC's incredible Bugatti Atlantic are why we love doing video so much.
Once again, this maker of fine model cars takes the "sport" of collecting
into a new area, with yet another multimedia masterpiece based on an
historically important - and aesthetically beautiful - automobile.
Originally aired on CRR, May 7 2011.
1939 Bugatti Type 64 build - restoration video (part two)
For part one, click on http://youtu.be/51eXvmL8bZY. We return to to
Automobile Metal Shaping to check in on the coachbuilding process of a 1939
Type 64 Bugatti. Once the body is complete, the Type 64 will take up
residence in the Mullin Automotive Museum in California. For more on
Bugatti, visit http://autoweek.com.
Car Room TV: CMC 1:18 Bugatti Type 57SC "Atlantic"
The Car Room Magazine's live weekly show - "Car Room LIVE!" - features some
of the coolest, newest models every week, along with an active chat room
for collectors and enthusiasts. From 1:64 and smaller scales to the very
largest, if it's cool, we show it! Join us on Saturday nights at 7PM
Eastern US at the Car Room web site, or any time, on demand.
Bugatti T57 1935 Aerolithe
Münster / Germany - Oldtimer.Cars Exposition - 26.08.2012
Bugatti T57 Aerolithe - Year 1935 (the owner said that it was bought in
2004 and completely restored)
Technical Data of Bugatti T57 Aerolithe (1935):
engine Inline-8 w/Cast Iron Block, Dry Sump Lubrication
position Front Longitudinal
valvetrain 2 Valves per Cyl, DOHC
fuel feed Stromberg UUR-2 Carburetor
displacement 3257 cc / 198.8 in³
bore 72 mm / 2.83 in
stroke 100 mm / 3.94 in
power 156.6 kw / 210 bhp @ 5500 rpm
specific output 64.48 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 220.36 bhp per tonne
body / frame Aluminum over Ash Wooden Supports over Steel Frame
driven wheels RWD
front tires Dunlop
rear tires Dunlop
front brakes Drums
rear brakes Drums
front wheels F 45.7 x 14.0 cm / 18 x 5.5 in
rear wheels R 45.7 x 16.5 cm / 18 x 6.5 in
steering Worm & Roller
f-suspension Semi-Indpenedant Centrally Collared Axles w/de Ram Shock
Absorbers, Leaf Springs
r-suspension Solid Axle w/de Ram Shock Absorbers, Quarter-EllipticLeaf
weight 953 kg / 2101 lbs
wheelbase 2979 mm / 117.3 in
front track 1349 mm / 53.1 in
rear track 1349 mm / 53.1 in
transmission 4-Speed Manual
top speed ~200 kph / 124.3 mph
0 - 60 mph ~10 seconds
designers Jean Bugatti, Joseph Walter
Delahaye USA Pacific (Bugatti Atlantic Tribute) At Cars and Coffee
The Pacific at Cars & Coffee, Fall 2013
The Delahaye USA Pacific is our stylized re-interpretation of Ralph
Lauren's famed 1937 Type 57S Bugatti Atlantic.
After completing its international tour in 2014, the Pacific will transfer
ownership via private auction with a starting expectation of $250,000 USD.
Serious bidders can contact us at DelahayeUSA.com to be alerted before
bidding begins via this form:
A limited run of composite replicas in various body styles will also be
available for sale in 2014 if you're interested in building your own Type
For more information:
Greenlight Collectibles: Car Room Report / Nuremberg Toy Fair 2011
Join The Car Room as we go to the 2011 Nuremberg International Toy fair to
see the latest models and trends in the scale collecting hobby. In this
clip: Joe Kelly, Jr. of the Car Room reviews what's in store from
Greenlight Collectibles (including their first resin 1:43 model) for 2011
and 2012. 4 minutes, also available in hi-def.
Car Room Report: NUREMBERG 2011 - TrueScale Miniatures
Join The Car Room as we go to the Nuremberg International Toy Fair to see
the latest models and trends in the scale collecting hobby. In this clip:
Wes Miller of TrueScale Miniatures and Joe Kelly, Jr. of the Car Room
review what's in store for 2011 and 2012.
1937 Bugatti Atalante 57S discovered in lock up
Although collectors worldwide knew the whereabouts of this car, the owner,
reclusive Dr Harold Carr, refused to listen to offers for it, instead in
1960 he locked it away in his garage never to be seen again for almost 50
Supercharged home made Straight Eight by Desperate Dan Vid 2
Built in a shed, it fired up first go. I was hoping it would sound real
lumpy like a drag engine, but it runs too smooth, and it's too quiet even
with unsilenced 9" pipes! The timing was a pain to sort out the Rover
distributor runs backwards, I had to take the heads off to work out the
firing order!!! See the shed it was built in on Vid 1.
Added May 2012: OK, my nails are dirty, maybe because I'm an engineer &
build stuff? Maybe your nails are clean because you can't build eff-all &
just sit behind your computer? C'mon folk, get a life.