Just to confuse matters I have some of these resin replicas in stock
not painted, moulded in blue, from the same guy in Spain who has done Auto Unions, yellow C68 and C69, various Seat 600s etc.
I don't really like to refer to the 'deHavilland' Bugattis as such as they are really 2nd issue Scalextric cars, they are actually a totaly genuine Scalextric Bugatti no different to the original sixties cars except that they were not made in blue!
I spoke to Graham (Perris) last year and he told me that he still had quite a few cars left including some more in red. The high price for these on ebay is ridiculous, in the real world they sell for about £150.
One of the Perris cars was good enough to fool the Bonham Auction house a few years ago when they auctioned one as a genuine car and even featured it on their catalogue cover!! red faces all round
here is an approximate list of the Bugattis made
C70 car in blue, probably about fifty exist but numbers are really unknown
C70 in red, I believe just one car as featured in the Gilham book.
C95 race tuned, not many!
Value, up to £3000
Eighties cars (deHaviland)
C70 yellow, red, and green about 100 of each, 21 tops only, in white and about 100+ black bases.
One all white car has been reported but I'm not sure if it isn't a painted base,
No black tops were made at all.
Value, red, green, black about £600, white with a black base about £1200, black base with a Pinkar top, £250
Perris resin cars
about 100 were to be made but I think about half of these were finally built, a few were in red, but as these were all a painted whether they were red or blue this means nothing, they could all be red if you wanted them to be
Littleton resin cars
Dave? Littleton made some resin copies I think in the eighties, I believe these were all black, quantity unknown.Not painted but moulded in black.
recent Spanish resin cars
Copies of the 'deHavilland' car (you can tell by the fault in the mould on the rear of the body) in blue, black and natural resin, maybe other colours, quantities unknown.