The likelihood that most of us will ever be let anywhere near a legitimate Bugatti product, especially one older than 2005, is just about near-never. Simple as that. Bugattis are some of the most treasured automobiles on the planet, and real, legitimate ones trade in figures that are best described as “staggering”. What you are looking at is a Pur Sang built Bugatti Type 35, more accurately a Type 35B. Pur Sang Argentina doesn’t quite build “replicas”. That’s a term best used for a fiberglass shape that’s mostly in the form of an AC Cobra. Instead, Pur Sang builds copies of cars like the Type 35 with the same materials, design styles, and details as the original. With exception of a fan to keep air flowing through the radiator and style-correct Coker radials on the huge wheels, this is as a 1927 Bugatti would be, from the supercharged 2.3L four-cylinder to the tiny open cockpit and the outboard shifter. In 1927, this was a world-beater. Nearly a century later, you have to wonder if it is enough for even the side roads around southern California. Personally, I’m wondering how Matt Farah from The Smoking Tire fit inside of the car with buddy John from Pur Sang riding next to him, but that’s another deal altogether!