1937 Bugatti 57SC Atalante
Some of the most gorgeous vehicles in automotive history hailed from 1920s and '30s-era France, a period when art deco elements and sumptuous curves made cars look more like rolling sculptures than transportation items. This Bugatti 57SC Atalante is one of only seven built and was once a part of the Harrahs Collection in Reno, Nev. A recent restoration took it back to its original color and configuration. Of the legendary French nameplates—Delage, Delahaye, Talbot Lago, and so forth—only Bugatti continues to produce, linking this classic beauty to the present.
Photographer: Basem Wasef/Bloomberg Business