There is no doubt that Bugatti is the other name for pure elegance. This world-class brand happens to be the spectacular creation of an Italian designer Ettore Bugatti, who became the man behind the many effortless series of cars produced under the Bugatti brand. The superior built, flawless design, and seamless driving experience make the amazing line of Bugatti cars so special.
Literally, every car-lover across the world dreams of owning one of these great cars. In this piece of writing, we will be guiding you through two stunning models of this automobile biggie and how they, at present, rest in the exclusive garage of Carlos Alberto Sielecki, famously known as Carlos Sielecki. Along with his brother Daniel, Carlos passionately created an envious luxury car collection back in Argentina.
The Bugatti Battle – Type 57 Atalante vs. T57 Roadster
As we are to discuss two marvelous vintage models of Bugatti, let us all take a walk down the memory lane and step into the 1930s. These two fine models by Bugatti are drop-dead gorgeous and still have enormous appeal to the modern car enthusiasts. They are still high in demand among car collectors across the globe.
First of all, let us shed some light on the magnificent 1937 Bugatti Type 57 Atalante. This two-seater car drips elegance from all angles. The coachwork designed Type 57 has strong stainless steel built. The rectangular windshield and the semi-circular-ish windows on both sides look super stylish. Inside this lovely car, you get to experience a serene color play of brown with silvery undertones, which is a fantastic combination.
You see comfy brown leather seats perfect for long drives and light brown steering supported by a long rod covered with the same premium leather as the seats. This famous car, in the hot red color, made its way to the high-profile garage of Carlos Sielecki.
Speaking of this avid car lover, he also was fortunate enough to own the classic and very stylish Bugatti Type 57 Roadster in the sky blue shade. Straight up, this roofless car is a legit treat to the eyes. The stunning three-seater with cool wheels adorned with circular stainless steel plates in the center looked amazing while dashing through the roads of the 1930s. This 1935 model might be two years older than the Bugatti Type 57 Atalante, but its looks and specs were enough to grace the eyes of every car lover. Carlos added this lovely car to his Argentina collection as soon as he got the chance.
The Type 57 Roadster consists of the classic, posh-looking brown leather seats, the same colored steering placed at a comfortable reach, and a rocking windshield at the front. But what is notable in this vintage beauty is the surprise seat at the back, which you can pop out anytime for a third person passenger. Otherwise, it is kept sophistically concealed at the back.
These beauties reside in the garage of Carlos Alberto Sielecki in San Isidro. He and the other owners of these two gorgeous vintage Bugatti models are truly fortunate to have owned them.