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Chassis no. TF11 - Engine no. 110RS
Coachbuilder: Riva
This is the sole survivor chassis of the Alfa Romeo works team that raced in the 1924 Targa Florio. It is believed to be #11 car of Count Giulio Masetti - 2nd OA.
Private Collection

Chassis no. 1961 - Engine no. 6
Works car built to be raced in 1925 at the Brooklands 200 Mile Race, driven by Humphrey Cook (pilot and founder by ERA - English Racing Automobiles).
Private Collection

Chassis no. 41097 - Engine no. 41097
Coachbuilder: Boone & Porter
A rare Manx version bodied by Boone & Porter in UK.
Private Collection

Chassis no. 27082 - Engine no. 2669DS
Coachbuilder: Carrosserie Charles Duval
One of the four cars bodied by Duval in Sports conformation.
Private Collection

Chassis no. 60/19 - Engine no. 40100
Coachbuilder: Thomson & Taylor
It ran the 1928 and 1929 Tourist Trophies driven by Edgar Maclure.
Private Collection

Chassis no. 40775 - Engine no. 656
Coachbuilder: Bugatti
The personal car of S.A.S Gustave de Croÿ, Prince de Croÿ Roeulx and Prince de Solre.
Private Collection

Chassis no. 41100 - Engine no. 41141
If there was ever a motorcar that deserved to be referred to as a Automotive Masterpiece, that car is the Bugatti Royale.
Cité de l'Automobile - National Motor Museum - Schlumpf Collection (France)

Chassis no. 20483 - Engine no. 10212
Coachbuilder: Carrozzeria Casaro
A rarest Lambda chassis Type 221 coachbuilt by Casaro and owned by Counte Vittorio Zanon di Valgiurata.
Private Collection

Chassis no. 36045 - Engine no. 76110
Coachbuilder: Carlton Carriage Company
The most original SSK for more than 60 years with the same owner.
Louwman Museum (Netherlands)

Chassis no. 4952 - Engine no. 209TC
Coachbuilder: Bugatti
It was commissioned by the Portoguese racing driver Henry Lehrfeld. It ran and won the 1930 Setúbal Start Kilometre and 1934 Circuito Internacional de Vila Real.
Museu do Caramulo (Portugal)

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