Bugatti Type 35 Owners' Workshop Manual

1924 onwards (all models) - An insight into the design, engineering, maintenance and operation of Bugatti's iconic pre-war grand prix car

Bugatti Type 35 Owners' Workshop Manual
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Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781785211836
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The Type 35 Bugatti brought new standards of workmanship and finish to racing and was the first Grand Prix car to be catalogued and offered for sale.  This Bugatti Type 35 Owners' Workshop Manual contains the Bugatti Story and is an addition to our growing range of classic racing car manuals.  Being a sister title to our Bentley 4 1/2 Litre Owner's Workshop Manual, and having input from respected restorers and owners, the book contains sections covering variants, competition history, anatomy, view from drivers, owners and engineers, restoration and historic racing results.

The author

Chas Parker has written a number of books about motorsport, including Haynes Manuals for the D-type Jaguar and Bugatti Type 35 and others. He was short-listed, together with co-author Philip Porter, for the 2017 RAC Motoring Book of the Year Award for his book on the 1953 Le Mans-winning C-type Jaguar.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 144 Pages
ISBN: 9781785211836
Illustrations: 200 color & 75 b-w photos
Size: 8.5 in x 11 in / 215.9 mm x 279.4 mm
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