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1931 Bugatti Type 50 Million-Guiet [50113]

1931 Bugatti Type 50 [50113] in Le crime de Monsieur Lange, Movie, 1936 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: FR

1931 Bugatti Type 50 Million-Guiet [50113]

Position 00:02:40 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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antp BE

2005-12-28 14:00

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mc leod

2005-12-28 14:23

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on dirait bien des roues de bugatti

pilou BE

2005-12-28 15:21

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My first impression is that we have two different Bugattis here , one on the large picture and another one on the small pictures .Will have to search for type and coachwork.

pilou BE

2005-12-28 17:45

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The Bugatti of the large picture could be a Type 44 3 litre with coachwork by Million-Guiet of ca 1930. It looks rather heavy.The second one is much finer and could be a factory coach also on the type 44. Obviously we will need assistance from a Bugattist.

sixcyl FR

2005-12-28 18:41

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I'm not a specialist of Bugatti, but I propose to name it "Bugatti unkown"... that's all I can do :D

pilou BE

2006-03-13 15:28

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Did some further research on the large picture.The large picture is indeed a 1930 Bugatti bodied by Million-Guiet but a type 50 rather than a type 44

antp BE

2006-03-13 15:38

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Thanks :)

robgeelen2 NL

2009-10-31 16:33

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Chassis 50113 Bugatti 50 Coupé by Million Guiet.

DynaMike NL

2010-03-23 10:01

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This week I got a very interesting book about what happened to the collection of 'Sleeping Beauties': Link to "www.thefateofthesleepingbeauties.com"
Here I found that this very car had been part of this collection of Michel Dovaz. The chassis was built in October 1930 (only the 2nd of the 65 Type 50 built between 1930 and 1934) and sold to the Paris entrepremeur Dominique Lamberjack. After WWII a Mr. Varenne from Paris (who was the new owner) modernized the car by mounting the fenders of a Bugatti T57, new semi-built-in headlamps and a slanted windscreen. In 1956 Michel Dovaz bought the car in this condition.
Here's a picture of the car in 1990:
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In 1993 it was auctioned:
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and bought by a Frenchman who sold it to the current German owner. He got the car restaured:
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and it looked like this in 1997:
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But then some old pictures of the car were found, and it appeared that the front fenders weren't reconstructed correctly. This mistake has been corrected and since 2007 the car looks like:
[Image: p1000664d.2247.jpg]

bugatti69 FR

2013-04-11 01:56

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Bugatti type 50 Coupe by Million Guiet 1931 (50113)
See : http://www.bugattiregister.com/wiki/index.php?title=50113

DidierF FR

2015-07-30 02:16

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Henri Guisol au volant, et Florelle et René Lefèvre les fugitifs temporairement sauvés.

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