Video Jay Leno's 1928 Supercharged Bugatti Type 37A

Car collector Jay Leno has released in his latest web series episode a review of the supercharged 1928 Bugatti Type 37A. The car was purchased by André Vagniez and given to Pierre Veyron in 1930 for use in the 1930 Geneva Grand Prix where Pierre had his first win. Veyron was also the test driver for Bugatti not to mention he joined the French Resistance against German occupation during World War II.

The car would later come closer to Leno when president of the American Bugatti Club, Bob Dunlop bought it, and it was after his death that Leno bought the car. Leno has so far added a few modifications in the car including some repairs but the car is still intact.

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