And after the discovery was made public, the interest of the wealthy classic car collectors has skyrocketed, and it is expected to be sold at an auction in Paris, next June 22. It will be sold by the same auction house that has also sold the world’s most famous barn-find, the so called Baillon Collection, that was featuring 59 rare old cars, including one extremely rare 1961 Ferrari California Spider. It was estimated that this example of 1925 Bugatti Brescia will be sold for more than $200 000, but it was this car caused the most surprise and was sold for 834,400 EUR or $949,580).
In order to get a better picture about this car, we have prepared you a video clip with the 1925 Bugatti Brescia, in off-road action. So check it out and see what kind of car it is. And if you want to learn more things about it, go to this link.