Most automakers offer a full range of vehicles of various types. Bugatti
, however, is not most automakers. The Alsatian marque typically offers one model of car at a time. These days it's the Veyron. Before that it was the EB110. But back in the 1930s, it was the Type 57. Over the course of seven years, Bugatti built 710 such vehicles, and most were bodied by third-party coachbuilders. One of those was Gangloff, which made the custom Type 57C Stelvio Cabriolet pictured here, soon to hit the auction block.