|Exterior Color:||Black/Bugatti French Blue|
|Trans:||7 speed automatic with auto-shift|
|Engine Size:||8.0L W-16 cyl|
2006 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Chassis 40/450 One of 117 Cars Made for the United States Over a 10 Year Run USA Car #11. 7,600 Miles Black French Racing Blue/Magnolia Interior Anthracite Trim This 1,001 horsepower beast comes well equipped with 3 sets of keys, an IPAQ PDA device, books and manuals, trickle charger, car cover, and previous service records. Chassis 40/450 was flown to Molsheim France in January of 2007 and then delivered to its first owner in Chicago February of 2007. Fresh tires were recently fit by the Bugatti service team in Oxnard California. It has a pampered past, excellent service history, and is rearing to go!
Bugatti Greenwich, a division of Miller Motorcars is an authorized Bugatti dealer and a proud Service Partner of Excellence location with Bugatti. Worldwide there are only five Service Partner of Excellence points and three belong to North America. In 2014 2015, 2016 Bugatti Greenwich was awarded the top dealer in the world of service. We take great pride in this prestigious recognition in the automotive industry and constantly strive to maintain our first class culture. Always keeping our customers and collectors interests our top priority, in order to obtain the finest experience possible.
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