Find Out What It’s Like To Drive The World’s Oldest Bugatti

Find Out What It’s Like To Drive The World’s Oldest Bugatti

Jay Leno, whatever you may think of him, definitely dominated the late night TV scene for a couple of decades. He’s now moved onto other things and hosting duties, with one of them being on a new show focused on epic cars. Jay Leno’s Garagetakes a peek inside some awesome autos from across the ages and a recent episode was particularly awesome. It was a chance to explore the world’s oldest Bugatti, the Type 22, with owner and pre-World War I vehicle enthusiast Alan Travis.

The 1913 vehicle is an earlier version of the model that was popularised in the 1920s, a pre-production version that represented one of the few manufactured in Germany. Travis picked up the model when it was less than satisfactory, investing about 1,800 hours and a bunch of money into full restoring it.



Check out the old school driving experience above and more motors here.