The 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC was sold on Wednesday by Gooding & Company Auction House. Although they did not disclose the selling price, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the selling price was between $30-$40 million dollars, WOW! Below is the press release from Gooding & Company.
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Gooding & Company, The internationally celebrated auction house that offers a wide range of services, including private and estate sales, is proud to announce that it has sold the unparalleled 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic To an undisclosed buyer. As the official broker for the Trust That formerly owned the Atlantic, Gooding & Company found a devoted connoisseur who will become the guardian of this treasured piece of automotive history. “I Am extremely pleased to have found the new buyer for the 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic, One of the world’s most significant and valuable automobiles that has been in a private collection and rarely seen during the past four decades,” says David Gooding, President and founder of Gooding & Company. “It has been a great pleasure to work with the Williamson Family and Trust In this important endeavor.” Formerly The coveted pillar of the world renowned Williamson Bugatti Collection, the Atlantic was the 2003 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance best in Show car. The Atlantic Was an automobile derived from Bugatti’s Prototype Aerolithe Electron Coupé That caused a sensation when it was unveiled at the 1935 Paris Auto Salon. Bugatti Later built just three Atlantics, Each one different from the next, but this 1936 Car (chassis #57374) Is the first in the series and its historical significance, originality and restoration has been revered by enthusiasts throughout the world.
(Source: Gooding & Company)