The price? Non-negotiable.
Before Volkswagen took the reins, Bugatti was struggling. Big time. The company went bankrupt and was nearly considered dead. But during those financially trying times it still managed to build the EB110 from 1991 until 1995. A total of just 139 examples were built. Even Michael Schumacher bought one, which really helped with publicity, and obviously the EB110 itself was quite impressive. Power came from a quad-turbo 3.5-liter V12 producing a total of 553 hp. Going from 0-62 mph takes only 3.4 seconds.
Proving its analog hyper car goodness, power is sent to all four wheels via a six-speed manual. Needless to say, the EB110 is rare and an in-demand collector's car. After all, the initial prototype design was by Marcello Gambini, who was also behind a certain car called the Lamborghini Countach. Notice a few similarities? And now one EB110 is up for sale in Italy. In fact, according to the seller, there are only two EB110s up for sale right now. The price? $1,800,000, and it's not negotiable. There's only 37,283 miles on the clock and something like this will likely only increase in value over time. Hat tip to Dan for the find.