Talk about your perfect wheeler dealer car! A million-dollar Bugatti Veyron with 19,000 miles on the clock has just been auctioned off for $277,300 USD. The catch is, the car has been involved in a pretty serious crash and is a non-runner.
Still, 270K is no money at all for a Veyron, especially as the mechanicals are said to be in good order. Sure, even light cosmetic work on a Veyron would cost and arm and a leg, and this car seems like it needs a lot of it. But this is still the cheapest way of getting yourself a Veyron.
We are not sure if you can find second-hand parts for Bugatti Veyron, but that would be ideal for the guy who bought this wreck. The car is said to rack up something like $800K in repair bills if fixed by Bugatti. But if he can find the parts separately, that would cost a lot less.
Another way of making some money out of this car is to have it tuned. Instead of fixing it up with stock parts, they can order a kit, for example from Mansory, and turn the whole thing into something better than it was before.