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Picture of the Bugatti 100 aircraft

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No Reg The beauty of this aircraft is difficult to capture with a camera. Hopefully my meager attempt will be enough to pique some curiousity. Very unique shape and design. Twin engines amidship drive a pair of counter-rotating propellers. Three stabilizing surfaces on the tail, one housing the tailwheel. Restored by EAA and on display at their museum in Oshkosh (at Pioneer Airport).
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A visitor from - posted Fri October 10, 2014:
WOW! I thought that the Spits was the most beautiful plane I had ever seen but this does way beyond the spitfire.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Fri January 24, 2014:
A beauty indeed! Thanks for sharing!

A visitor from Netherlands posted Wed July 24, 2013:
Currently a replica is being built in the US, which is supposed to fly soon.

A visitor from Sweden posted Thu January 26, 2012:
This is very Spirou in its design. And incredibly cool.

A visitor from - posted Sun December 25, 2011:
Actually, the Design is French. Bugatti was a French Company (at the time); although Ettore was born in Italy, he had dual Citizenship (Italian & French), lived the main part of his adult Life in France and died in France.

A visitor from India posted Thu August 18, 2011:
Only in the USA!. Magnificent find and as always great Job Carlos.

A visitor from - posted Thu July 22, 2010:
What an exotic acft! Would be interesting to find out what its performance specs would have been if it had flown. But quite an intriguing looking bird.

A visitor from - posted Sat July 17, 2010:
Such a gorgeous aircraft. Impressive design for 1938. It is a shame it never flew. I am just glad to see it preserved.

A visitor from United States posted Sat July 17, 2010:
Seems like respectable car makers all had a hand in aircraft making at some point in time.

A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat July 17, 2010:
Great design. I'd never heard of a flying Bugatti before.

A visitor from Israel posted Sat July 17, 2010:
Love the italian designs? Love their sense of beauty. How come that they are allways have the most beautifull designs, specialy in cars?
Ezra S.

A visitor from Ireland posted Sat April 3, 2010:
Yes the beauty translates. never knew bugatti made aircraft. wonder if it could beat the veyron?!

A visitor from Poland posted Tue April 15, 2008:
Shame that this beutifull bird had never flown

A visitor from Australia posted Thu June 15, 2006:
Good job in difficult conditions. Glad it got through.

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