This Guy Still Can't Sell His Fake Bugatti Veyron For Obvious Reasons

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He's asking how much?!

A Bugatti Veyron will go for well over a $1 million today. Not exactly chump change. As we've learned, the ownership costs alone for a Veyron add up to tens of thousands of dollars a year. Hope you don't mind a $20,000 oil change. For much less bank, there are new Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Porsche at one's disposal, all of which typically carry six-figure price tags. Or you could buy this fake Bugatti Veyron. Some guy in Florida is selling his homemade, 2004 Pontiac GTO-based Veyron replica for a price of $105,000. Yes. $105,000.

If you recall, we spotted this same fake Bugatti up for sale last year for $125,000. Obviously there weren't any buyers, hence the price drop, which, according to the Craigslist ad, is still negotiable. Granted, this fake Veyron actually does look pretty good. Its body is made out of fiberglass as are interior panels and the dash. Power comes from a Stage 1 modified LS1 Corvette V8 with a total of 400 hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. But here's the thing: it's still not done. It's missing a windshield, front grille, lower headlights, etc. Oh, and it still needs exterior paint. The seller claims both the final look and performance is customizable, which is nice. But 100 grand? Damn right that price is negotiable.

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