Since its original purchase, this car has been maintained and taken to the dealership for its annual servicing. Also since new, less than 1,000 miles have been put on the clock and during that time it has had no mechanical issues, nor has this Bugatti Veyron been involved in any type of motoring mishap. Finished in custom black with silver accents, it’s as beautiful today as it was when it left the shops in Molsheim.
This car was babied with many of the miles acquired during performance testing by factory skilled and trained mechanics. Included with the car are all of the original books, including the coffee-table edition that chronicles the development of these mighty vehicles, plus all maintenance records. All of the keys are still with the car, including the “Speed” key, which is needed to unlock the computers that allow this car to exceed the 215 MPH level of velocity.
Even the original window sticker is included, which shows the MSRP of this car as delivered at $1,768,796. On top of that were the luxury and gas guzzler taxes, which the first owner paid so that subsequent owners will not have to worry about those charges.
This rare and impeccable Veyron will be auctioned off at Motostalgia’s Keels & Wheels Auction in Seabrook, TX, scheduled for May 2, with an estimated winning bid of between $1,300,000 and $1,600,000. To view its full lot description and register to bid, be sure to click the ‘View Lot’ button found below.
Of course, this Veyron won’t be the only high-ticket item at the auction. Other rare vehicles will also be crossing the block, such as a 1960 Maserati Birdcage ‘Tipo 61’ Racing car, 1932 Duesenberg Model J and a 1965 Shelby GT350 #048 Homologation with competition history. To learn more about Motostalgia’s Seabrook event, click the flyer below.