1930 Bugatti Type 46 Cabriolet
As the Great Depression spread to Europe, Bugatti saw the need for a more “realistic” grand touring model that was more affordable and accessible than previous models. Essentially a scaled-down version of the 1927 Type 41 Royale, the Type 46 was produced from 1929 to 1933 and was available as a cabriolet, sedan, limousine or coupé. This Type 46 is fitted with convertible coupé coachwork and has a rumble seat. Its more traditional coachwork honors the Jean Bugatti style. Only sixty of nearly five hundred Type 46s are known to have survived.
Collection of the Mullin Auto Museum