1926 Bugatti Type 39A
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8 cyl., 91.11 CID., 110.00hp
|1931||Chevrolet (619,554)||Ford (615,455)||Buick (138,965)|
|1930||Ford (1,140,710)||Chevrolet (640,980)||Buick (181,743)|
|1929||Ford (1,507,132)||Chevrolet (1,328,605)||Buick (196,104)|
|1928||Chevrolet (1,193,212)||Ford (607,592)||Willys Knight (231,360)|
|1927||Chevrolet (1,001,820)||Ford (367,213)||Buick (255,160)|
|1926||Ford (1,669,847)||Chevrolet (547,724)||Buick (266,753)|
|1925||Ford (1,669,847)||Chevrolet (306,479)||Dodge (201,000)|
|1924||Ford (1,922,048)||Chevrolet (264,868)||Dodge (193,861)|
|1923||Ford (1,831,128)||Chevrolet (323,182)||Buick (210,572)|
|1922||Ford (1,147,028)||Chevrolet (243,479)||Dodge (152,673)|
|1921||Ford (1,275,618)||Chevrolet (130,855)||Buick (82,930)|
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