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    Baby Bugatti Replica in the shop
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    Grandsons in Baby Bugatti Replica
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    Too bad the side windows aren't as clear as the windshield
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    cleaned up so nice I want to drive it
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    lots of polish
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    paint as purchased
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    one half of the hood cleaned
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    more polish
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    35 airflow after some polish
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    35 Airflow hood
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    putting the cars away for the winter Nov. 2012
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    51 Plymouth
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    51 Plymouth
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    51 Plymouth
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    original dealer for our 51 Plymouth business cpe.
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    newspaper found in the 48 Ford cpe.
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    ticket found in old book
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    48 Ford business cpe.
  19. I Is this a cheap model? The two door sedan of course!
  20. Thanks Mike I would appreciate any information available. We bought our car at an auction house in the coal regions of North East Pennsylvania, there were many unusual, mostly high priced, items scheduled for sale with the Bugatti being the headliner. according to the auctioneer he bought a storage locker from somewhere in New Jersey and stated it was an inheritance gone awry. Jay
  21. Alsancle, Thanks for posting the Photograph. I wonder when someone first decided to replicate the baby, I have not been very successful in finding information on "Authentic Models" the most likely builders of our car but I was told the Authentic cars were built in the 70's (I don't know if that info is correct). The boys were driving the Bugatti forward and backward in the living room, about a 20 foot ride, they got a kick out of the reverse feature. Jay
  22. Rodger, that third photo would fool most people as to being a (full size) car. I was going to say a (real car) but could not as what you are building is a real car. Really Really Nice! Jay
  23. Baby Bugatti Replica update. This thing has been in our living room for the last month, it's hard to hurt a house that dates to @1830 with hardwood floors, while deciding where to store it for the winter so I decided to do some more wiring. It now has reverse but still no pilot light. While cleaning up and thinking, I do most of that after the fact, I am now worried about shifting while in motion, I had a friend who would torture his torqueflight with reverse to first shifts, so I'm thinking about putting it in, "marche avant" pardon my French, and taking the handle off. Attached are some
  24. Took these in PA on Rt. 78 westbound last winter. it was one of only two snowstorms we had. Jay
  25. Rodger, I look forward to seeing your progress, but don't want to inundate you with redundant "WOWS". Jay
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