Bugatti Type 57 Grand Raid Roadster 1935 France Corsica # 57326
Limited edition: 110 pieces
Bugatti Type 57 is a series of the former French automaker Bugatti (1910–1956). A total of 630 to 830 vehicles of the Type 57 series were produced in three series from 1934 to 1940, depending on the source. Regardless of the exact number, the Type 57 is the longest built model in the largest numbers and one of the most important of the Bugatti brand.
Corsica Coachworks (London) was a British manufacturer of automobile bodies that produced individual bodies for luxury vehicles in the period between the world wars. Corsica was founded in 1920. From the mid-1930s, Corsica dressed at least 14 chassis of the Bugatti Type 57; some of them were characterized by eye-catching, flat structures. Corsica was dissolved in 1945.