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The Love for Bugatti

I think for most with a great passion for cars, Bugatti stands out as one of the all time greats. To own one is a fantasy for most and the highest privilege for a few. I can only imagine what it must be like to be a steward of one of these fine automobiles. Piloting one on backcountry roads would be exhilarating and a feast for all your senses. It’s also one of those cars that you could sit and look at for quite some time and always find something new and intriguing about it. Before long, you too will develop the love for Bugatti.

In the link attached, the good people at Petrolicious present a short film on a family that lives that privileged life. Take some time to watch and live vicariously through them as they care for and share the coveted marque ensuring it continues to make a lasting impression now and for future generations.

I hope you enjoy watching it and find it as wonderful as I did. The roots of this company come from a time of great and creative coachbuilding. A time when very artistic forms were created for cars not just for the bodies, but for every part of the car. Areas largely unseen received an artistic touch from fine engine turning to precise stitching. They were so much more than simple transportation and that is something that I have always appreciated about Bugatti and manufacturers like them.

Please pass this along to all you know who will appreciate it and learn from it. It’s a great and historic name in the automotive world and extends well beyond the very popular Veyron.

Many additional Bugatti images can be found on my Matthew Little Photography page as well as my facebook site. Check them out often as images are added all the time.