British Colonel Godfrey Giles acquired a Bugatti 57 S chassis in 1937 for the roadster he would like to have. His brother Eric Giles undertook to design the bodywork, and an English coachbuilder Corsica executed his plan. It led to the birth of an astonishingly beautiful roadster. Its recorded registration took place in 1938, with the license plate number “GU7”.
In 1985, it became bought from the famous car collector John Mozart from California. By the end of 1995 John Mozart arranged a complete restoration of the vehicle. Much effort has gone into a very exclusive cockpit design. In 1998, the car became exhibited at the world famous Pebble Beach Concours. The enthused members of the jury awarded the car with coveted title “Best of Show”.
CMC recreated the Mozart car in its today`s magnificent appearance including its eye-catching interior in a worldwide limited edition of only 3,000 pieces.