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1995 Bugatti EB110
2017 Scottsdale Auction

ESTIMATE: $750,000 - $850,000
• Single ownership from new
• Full recent service performed
• One of only 139 produced
• Complete with import documentation and U.S. registration
• Visually striking Supercar capable of speeds in excess of 200 mph

ADDENDUM: PLEASE NOTE: This car is titled as a 1991.

3.5 litre 60-degree DOHC V-12 with four turbochargers and electronic fuel injection rated at 610 HP, six-speed manual gearbox, front and rear independent suspension with double wishbones and coil springs, four-wheel ventilated disc brakes; wheelbase: 100.4"

When Ettore Bugatti started his car company in 1909, he knew he could build a fast car that was capable of enduring the most punishing conditions demanded of a racecar of the day. Indeed, Bugatti’s cars were not only fast, but were also works of art in their craftsmanship. What he couldn’t have imagined was that his name would live in the pages of history as a legendary car builder that, to this very day, literally defines a supercar. The end of Ettore Bugatti’s grand company came when it was sold to Hispano-Suiza in 1963, some 15 years after his death. The death of his son Jean in 1939 had ensured that there was no one to carry on, but the Bugatti name has seen several reincarnations over the years. One such resurrection is the amazing EB110. Built from 1991-1995 the EB110 was the brainchild of Italian entrepreneur Romano Artiloli as he set out to continue the famous Bugatti legend. In the end, just 139 of these supercars were built making each one a rare and special jewel.

Offered here to the discriminating collector of fast and exotic cars, is one of Artiloli’s grandest visions of this legend in the form of a 1995 EB110, the last year of production for this supercar. This is a remarkable condition car that was imported from Belgium and is now ready for just its second owner. This is a one-owner car that has traveled only some 14,600 kilometres since new. Finished in a vibrant blue, the sleek appearance of this supercar reeks of speed and wind-cheating aerodynamics. The EB110 even has a speed-sensitive rear wing that can be raised with the touch of a button. The interior features the specialized appointments that make driving a true supercar an experience all to itself. Although the EB110 carries an impressive look from any angle, the heart of its grandeur is found in the beautifully crafted V-12 engine that takes power and performance to a whole new level. This 3.5 litre engine has 60 valves and power is boosted through no less than four turbo chargers that enable the EB110 to reach an incredible 216 miles per hour. So impressive is the appearance of this engine that Bugatti chose to enclose it in glass so that it’s clearly visible from the rear deck. The example offered here recently underwent a full service and is ready for touring of any distance. The sale of this Bugatti is also accompanied by extensive documentation, including its U.S. Customs paperwork that will ensure smooth registration. This includes its Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Customs and Border Protection Entry Summary, original bill of sale, factory books, warranty card, and all service records. This EB110 also comes with the optional gold watch that carries the Bugatti logo and Serial No. 137 and was offered as an accessory at the time of purchase.

The EB110 is a car that rightfully deserves to wear the Bugatti name and, with just 139 built, it’s every bit as rare as anything Ettore Bugatti himself ever offered back in the day. So special is the EB110 that it immediately attracted the attention of celebrities worldwide. In fact, in 1994, noted Formula One driver Michael Schumacher bought one to have for himself. This EB110 is a stunning car that has already earned itself legendary status amongst its supercar brethren. It is one of a small group of cars produced that can exceed the 200 mph mark and look simply amazing while doing it. Serious collectors are regularly making room in their stables for great modern supercars and this one owner, six-speed Bugatti with its sleek design, massive horsepower and exemplary handling is an excellent candidate for consideration.

1995 Bugatti EB110
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