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Bugatti stores a handful of historically significant cars in a picturesque building located a stone’s throw from its factory. One doesn’t blend in with the rest of the collection. It’s a small, yellow and black two-seater named Type 56 that looks more like a horseless carriage than a grand prix-winning machine. It wasn’t designed to race. Ettore Bugatti, the company’s founder, built the electric runabout in 1931 to drive on his property.

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