No crap it got attention.
It's not every day that a Bugatti Veyron rolls into a Cars & Coffee, at least in the US and not, say, Monaco. But is there a better chance you'll catch a fake Veyron roll into some parking lot on a Saturday or Sunday morning? Perhaps, and the people gathered yesterday for a Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Cars & Coffee got to experience a Veyron-like car. Yes, this Veyron is very much a fake although, we have to say, it does look pretty good. Based on a Mercury Cougar, this fiberglass-bodied replica is supposedly 1 of 10 made.
And, if you recall, we showed you one just like it (perhaps it's the same one) that recently sold on eBay for nearly $60,000. The original asking price was around $82,000. That car was powered by a 3.0-liter V6 sourced from a Mercury Sable, and it's a fair assumption the same goes for this one. Still though, a fake Veyron still gathers a decent size crowd.