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FYI, intersting to see that the Bugatti's of the 90's have dropped bu 70% in value while the McLaren F1 have risen.
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Christie's at Jack Barclay Showroom, London 19th April 2005 - Preview

Buyers attending Christie’s first London motoring sale of the year will have the opportunity to bid for a type that, in 1992, set a world speed record for homologated production cars; 212.5 mph. The Bugatti EB110GT. Estimate is GBP 100-130k.



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It's just the GT's that have suffered mass depreciation. I saw a EB110SS in Beverly Hills last year that was priced around $1.1 million. I don't know the original price but that's still a large chunk of change.
 

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yep saw it
i was like WWOOOWW, my poor poor Zonda

but the Jag does have a V6TT stuffed in there

I still find it very cool car, but as far as driving it from time to time to meetings or track days, i think an EB110 might be a safer choice

2 years ago i talked to a guy who had just driven his EB110 from swiss to Spa (over 600km) and that went pretty good
 

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on the XJ220? NO
the car is amazing, but very unsafe at high speed
on the EB110, if they Veyron ever makes it too production and it proofs to be good, then yes i believe it will raise since it will make the EB110 a bit more popular again and else i don't think that the prices will drop that much further anymore
and for the F40 well, you defenitly won't loos money on that one.

BTW
check on the april issue of Evo
there's a Bugatti special in there
 
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