In another masterpiece of automotive storytelling, Petrolicious takes us behind the scenes at Garage Novo, where three generations of the Novo family have restored the early works of Ettore Bugatti.
Henry Novo started working on the cars in 1929, and aside from a hiatus during WWII, they have been in continual operation ever since. The Third Reich melted most of the pre-war cars to make their implements of war, so the few cars that remain are among the most valuable automobiles on earth. In the video below, it’s easy to see the love and quality craftsmanship that the Novo family has for the brand.
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