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Bugatti Type-13-22-23 1914-1919-26

Bugatti Type-13-22-23 1914-1919-26
Bugatti Automobiles Photo 2008

Type 13, 15, 17 (8-cylinder)
Year of manufacture 1910-1920; Units built about 485; Engine 4 cylinder; Cubic capacity/bore [cm/mm] 1327/65 x 100; Carburetor Zenith 30; Power [HP at revolutions/min] about 20; Forward gears 4; Drive shaft-driven; Front wheel suspension, live axle, semi-elliptical springs, Back wheel suspension semi-elliptical springs Brakes, Cable drum brakes; Wheelbase [meters] T13; Wheel track [meters] 1.15; Tire size 6.50 x 65;

Type 13, 22, 23 (Brescia and Brescia modifiée) Year of manufacture 1914 and 1919–26
Units built 2005 (all Brescia) Engine 4-cylinder in-line engine, 2 valve/cylinder, overhead camshafts Cubic capacity/bore [cm³/mm] 1368/60 x 100 Compressor no Carburetor 1 or 2 Zenith Power [HP at revolutions/min] 30 at 4500 Forward gears 4 Drive shaft-driven Front wheel suspension live axle, semi-elliptical springs Back wheel suspension live axle Brakes Cable drum brakes Wheelbase [meters] T13 Wheel track [meters] 1.15 Tire size 650 x 65 Weight [kilograms] 450
Source Bugatti Automobiles, 2008

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Bugatti Type-13-15-17 1910-1920

Bugatti Type-13-15-17 1910-1920
Bugatti Automobiles Photo 2008

Type 13, 15, 17 (8-cylinder)
Year of manufacture 1910-1920; Units built about 485; Engine 4 cylinder; Cubic capacity/bore [cm/mm] 1327/65 x 100; Carburetor Zenith 30; Power [HP at revolutions/min] about 20; Forward gears 4; Drive shaft-driven; Front wheel suspension, live axle, semi-elliptical springs, Back wheel suspension semi-elliptical springs Brakes, Cable drum brakes; Wheelbase [meters] T13; Wheel track [meters] 1.15; Tire size 6.50 x 65;
Source Bugatti Automobiles, 2008

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Bugatti Type 16 Bébé 1912-14

Bugatti Type 16 Bébé 1912-14
Bugatti Automobiles Photo 2008

Type 16 Bébé
Year of manufacture 1912-1914; Units built more than 3000; Engine Water-cooled, straight 4, L-head; Cubic capacity/bore [cm/mm] 855/ 55x90; Carburetor Zenith; Power [HP at revolutions/min] 12; Forward gears 3; Drive shaft-driven; Front wheel suspension semi-elliptical springs; Back wheel suspension quarter-elliptical springs; Brakes drum brakes; Wheelbase [meters] 2; Wheel track [meters] 1; Tire size 650 x 60; Weight [kilograms] less than 400;
Source Bugatti Automobiles, 2008

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Bugatti Type-18 1908 1912-14

Bugatti Type-18 1908 1912-14
Bugatti Automobiles Photo 2008

Type 18
Year of manufacture 1908, 1912-14; Units built 7; Engine 4-cylinder in-line engine, 3 valve/cylinder; Cubic capacity/bore [cm/mm] 5026/100 x 160; Compressor no; Carburetor Zenith; Power [HP at revolutions/min] 90; Forward gears 4; Drive chain drive; Front wheel suspension live axle, doppelte semi-elliptical springs; Back wheel suspension live axle quarter-elliptical springs; Brakes cable drum brakes; Wheelbase [meters] 2.54; Wheel track [meters] 1.25; Tire size 880 x 120; Weight [kilograms] approx. 1250;
Source Bugatti Automobiles, 2008

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Bugatti T32

Bugatti T32 "Tank" 1923
Car was running in the french Grand Prix at Tours in 1923. Just five ever were build.
Interclassics & Topmobiel 2013
Maastricht, The Netherlands

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Bugatti Type 15 Carrosserie Torpedo 1913

Bugatti Type 15 Carrosserie Torpedo 1913
Blackhawk Museum
Danville, California, 2011

The Type 15 was a refinement of the first production Bugatti, the Type 13, which appeared in 1910; these tiny cars were part of the 8-valve series built between 1910 - 1920 and included the Type 13, 15, 17, 22 and 23. Styles included 2-, 3- and 4-passenger open or closed bodies.

The Bugatti Trust, Prescott Hill, Gotherington, Cheltenham, England has records validating that only 435 cars in the 8-valve series were constructed during this ten-year period.

The oval-shaped radiator first appeared in the 1913 -1914 Bugatti Data Catalogue, which also contains race results up to October 1913; this radiator shape evolved into the "horse-collar radiator, which remains one of the marque's strongest trademarks. In 1914 the Types 15 and 17 became the Types 22 and 23 respectively.

Body/Coachbuilder; Carrosserie Chauvet Le Vallois, France Manufacturer; Automobiles E. Bugatti Moisheim, France

Engine: 4 cylinders; SOHC; 2.56" bore; 3.94" stroke; 80.95 cubic inch (1327 cc); 15 bhp. @ 2500 rpm. (estimated);
Source: Blackhawk Museum

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 Bugatti Type-13-15-17 1910

Bugatti Type-13-15-17 1910 Bugatti Media Photo 2008

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 Bugatti Type-13-22-23 1914-1919-26

Bugatti Type-13-22-23 1914-1919-26 Bugatti Media Photo 2008

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 Bugatti Type-13-25-17 1910-20

Bugatti Type-13-25-17 1910-20 Bugatti Media Photo 2008

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Biplace Sport Type 16 1912  Musee 
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Bugatti Biplace Sport Type 16 1912 Musee National de l'automobile 2015 Patrick Wheeler Photo

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