Seeing pretty much any Bugatti driving around is a special occasion. You know what's even more special? Seeing the oldest running Bugatti in existence go down the road.
Jay Leno invited Alan Travis, owner of what is believed to be the oldest running, driving Bugatti in the world, down to check out his car. It's 1913 Bugatti Type 22, a later evolution of the original Type 10 roadster Ettore Bugatti built in his basement before World War I.
Featuring the company's signature oval radiator, wire wheels, dual round headlights, and blue color, this particular Type 22 remains in impeccable condition, and drives beautifully, according to Leno himself. In the video below, he and Travis are able to maintain a normal conversation at near-highway speeds. Impressive considering the car's triple-digit age and lack of windshield.
Watch for yourself as the duo talk you through the car before hitting the roads for a drive.