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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=91173
Submitted by: Skid
Comments: 6  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 1  (View)
Submitted on: 08-15-2014
View Stats Category: Vehicle Group
All six of the special "Legends" editions of the Veyron, parked in front of Chateau St. Jean, Bugatti's headquarters.

Bigger: http://i.imgur.com/U4XsxXI.jpg


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6-15-2016 @ 01:27:11 AM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
I wonder if any of the rappers who own Veyrons have all six?

6-15-2016 @ 01:31:52 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Swap em! Trade em! Jack em! Collect all 6 to win!

Or, write "Veyron" on a standard postcard and mail your entry to: Too Much Money To Burn Contest, Po Box 1220, New York, New York, 11238!"

7-27-2016 @ 08:30:59 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
I thought these were all one-offs, but apparently they actually built three of each. They are, left to right:

*Jean-Pierre Wimille - Named for the driver of the Type 57 "Tank" driven at LeMans in 1937, the car replicates its original paint color, with carbon fiber accents and a matching blue and black interior.

*Jean Bugatti - Named for Ettore's eldest son at the designer of the Type 57 Atlantic, made entirely of clearcoated carbon fiber with a platinum grille surround and badging, unique split five-spoke wheels, and a brown and beige cabin with the outline of the Atlantic stitched into the inside door panels, topped off with a rosewood shifter.

7-27-2016 @ 08:31:46 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#3, *Meo Constantini - Named for the manager of the Bugatti racing team in the 1930s, in a combination carbon fiber and aluminum body, with the former painted classic French racing blue the latter polished. A map of Targo Floria is painted on the rear wing and etched on the panel between the seats, Constantini's signature is etched on the fuel cap and embroidered into the headrests, and the inside is covered in cognac and dark blue leather with racing scenes laser-etched into the door panels.

*Rembrandt Bugatti - Named for another son of Ettore, who went on (funnily enough, considering his name) to become a sculptor. Painted a special brown and bronze combination, again with platinum trim, with a matching interior with the Bugatti "elephant" logo (which Rembrandt designed) engraved in several places.

7-27-2016 @ 08:32:58 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#4, *Black Bess - Named for the first ever street legal Bugatti, a special Type 18, this one is solid black-painted with 24 carat gold accents, with light beige and brown leather with a red steering wheel and trim, and painted depictions the Type 18 model and the aircraft of legendary aviator Roland Garros, who owned the original Type 18 "Black Bess."

*Ettore Bugatti - Named for the founder, this one is painted dark blue with polished aluminum, unique diamond-cut wheels, and an interior featuring natural brown calf's leather and blue-tinted carbon fiber, with special badging in several spots in the interior.


Personally, I like the first one (Wimille) the best.

7-27-2016 @ 08:44:51 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
I like the Ettore best. and I've seen two of the three of the third one. :D Both of the ones I saw were in Monaco. One has Monaco plates and belongs to the Prince, and the other one had Russian plates and was parked next to a SLR Stirling Moss with Russian plates as well.

[Edited by ricerocketboy on 7-27-2016 @ 08:46:06 PM]

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