You don't even have to go to a private seller.
Infairness, you still have to be pretty damn close to a millionaire, but theVeyron is only getting older. Examples like this one from the model year 2006are steadily beginning to rack up miles, and you can now readilyfind dealership examples of Veyron’s with over 10,000 miles. Sure, just becauseyou can buy the car doesn’t mean that you’ll be able to maintain it. After all,just an oil change can cost upwards of $20,000 on this model. Depending on the tires you want to put on it, a full set can be north of $30,000.
There’s also that pesky thingcalled sales tax, but you could probably talk this Chicagodealer a down a bit on its $995,000 “Internet price” for this monster of asupercar. It's a 2006 with 12,121 miles. While we’re using the terminology of the dealership, you couldalso take its word that this is “the best looking Veyron onthe market for sale” written in comic sans font. Yeah, almost 10 years old and not exactly cheap. But the point is it’s finally possible for someone who’s not a millionaire to walk into a dealership and drive homein something with an 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine, 1,001 horsepower and 922pound-feet of torque. Think of all the endless potential for producing new rap music videos. Hell, this thing might pay for itself in time.