Rétromobile proves that special masterpieces (barn-find Bugattis!) always find a buyer


As a sculptor, August Thomassen possessed an innate appreciation of form and line. His eye for beautiful shapes sparked a passion for Bugattis. He bought three of them in the 1950s, when mere mortals could still do such things, and tucked them away in a barn. They remained there, largely undriven and all but forgotten, until late last year when Matthieu Lamoure excavated them from behind 200 sandbags.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/02/13/retromobile-masterpieces-sell-big