In 1985, for the first time ever, the six existing Bugatti Royales were reunited at the 1985 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. This famous collectible poster was created by Lucinda Lewis to commemorate the event on the lawn of the Pebble Beach Lodge.
The extravagant Type 41 Bugatti was conceived by Ettore Bugatti as the ultimate conveyance of royalty. Ironically, of the seven cars built, none were originally sold to royalty. The Type 41 had a wheelbase of 170 inches, the longest of any production car in history, and an eight cylinder 300 horsepower engine. This Royale carried a price tag of $42,000 when new.
This collectible fine art poster is signed, but unnumbered, by photographer Lucinda Lewis. Extremely limited.
24 x 36"
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