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Valeria, great post! I try to keep from being routine all the time. I think it keeps you interested and as a result interesting. I also try to teach HR professionals the importance of that as well. I blogged about it in my HR blog and linked to you for people to read.

I have also gotten a couple of off line emails saying it is a Bugatti. But you are correct, Carolyn Ann, it is not. It's a Maserati 250 F1. See photo above. I am impressed!

Thank you! :-D

It isn't a Bugatti. I did some checking up on the suspension, and it's wrong. Bugatti didn't employ that sort of double-wishbone suspension at all - in fact, the entire suspension system looks too modern: I'd place it circa 1970 to 1975.

So, either Ettore was doing something devious - and it was recently discovered (although I can't say I've read, or heard, of anything like such a discovery) - or the person making the claim really didn't know. It doesn't "feel" like a Bugatti. Any more pics of the thing? :-)

I think it's a replica of some sort, but I'd be more than happy if someone refuted me! Still, it is a nice car, and you took a great picture. :-)

Carolyn Ann

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