5. Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic
The most successful road-going Bugatti model was arguably the Type 57. It was powered by a straight eight-cylinder engine with or without a supercharger. It also had a nicely-balanced chassis and they covered it in various bodies. The Type 57 was the definitive Bugatti from the late ’30s. However, its most valuable version is the sublime Type 57 Atlantic.
Bugatti only made four of those fantastic cars; three of which are accounted for today. The Atlantic had a streamlined design, innovative materials, and unusual styling. Along with the Phantom Corsair, the Type 57 Atlantic is one of the best examples of Batman-inspired fastback design of the late ’30s.