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Bugatti type 32 1.2

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This whole set is a fantastic contribution to AC.
Sick! Thank you!!!
Lovely car. There are flames in the cockpit though, I would never drive this monster IRL! But in AC, yes please!
good job!

can you tell me which track you used for the first screenshot? It looks amazing
That's Feldbergring by Fat Alfie and it is amazing. Do a search on this site and you should find it.
Beautiful work, thanks
Awesome mod, great addition to AC, as all your 1923 mods!
Wonderful, thanks mate keep up your work
I'm not going to sit here and say, I came looking for pre-war mods for AC. It would't be honest of me. But this car, along with all your other 1923 cars, have given me a new appreciation for pre-war machines. What a great mod!
I love this little motor and really appreciate you and all the other guys that give us the opportunity to drive these historical vehicles
0k Muche Gracias ;)
Thanks :)
great! Thank you, also for the story of Eliska Junkova!
Assetto Corsa has become the world automobile museum !
thank you for sharing really
good job
This is exactly why I keep playing Assetto Corsa - the variety of racing available is just huge. Great update! (even though I added an audio_volume section to ext_config.ini to boost the engine noise back to old levels :)
Beautiful, lovingly crafted and well-researched recreation of a historical oddity! Thank you for making this.

The first time I saw backfire in the footwell I thought I had some sort of graphics glitch. Then I had a look and realised, no, I really could see the entire engine from the cockpit! These modern racing drivers don't know how easy they've got it ;-)
Expectedly challenging to drive given the car's age. My one complaint with this mod at the moment is that the driver's head shakes violently under acceleration from a standing start.
Fair point, I wanted to give the driver a bit of life and movement because he's so visible in these cars but I probably went a bit OTT. There's a few things I want to update and change on the Bugatti so I'll have a look and see if I can make the driver less of a headbanger :)
Excellent work, very original, thank you!
Thanks for this, had some fun round the pre-war Donington last night. I particularly enjoyed watching the carburettors backfiring - was there really no bulkhead? I don't care :)
Glad you enjoyed it. There's no firewall in the original car, it's quite odd for a Bugatti because his Grand Prix cars were usually pretty well made and nice to look at but this one looks more like it was lashed together from spare parts and off-cuts. Maybe it's because it was experimental and they hadn't quite figured out how to build something so different to the standard of the time?
thxs good job
Wow, is very very very funny to drive. thx