Bugatti is one of those luxury cars that everyone wants a piece of—at least we do—so when an expansive exhibit comes around that puts the history of the marquee on display, we notice. Found on Oxnard, CA., the Mullin Automotive Museum is hosting an exhibition called The Art of Bugatti. More than just cars, this display includes the entire Bugatti family, including over 50 furniture pieces by Carlo (plus his paintings), several sculptures by Rembrandt, and of course, the largest private collection of Bugatti autos in the world, which was created by Ettore and Jean.
Of the models on display, the exhibition has the early Brescia race car; the winning Types 35, 37, and 51; Jean's Type 64 Papillon and Atlantic Coupé; Types 57 Aravis and Atalante; and the Type 41 Bugatti Royale. Long story short, The Art of Bugatti needs to be your next destination and since it's been extended to March 31, 2015 you have plenty of time to visit.