1927 Bugatti kit car built on 1968 VW chassis

Winning bid: $5,700

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Funnybug sez:
good shade of color for the 20's choice!.

Ebay Description:

For sale is a hot looking 1927 Bugatti replica kit car built in 2003 on a 1968 VW chassis. This would make a nice parade car, a local car show entry or a nice Sunday afternoon drive head turner. I'm selling because I need the storage room. It drives and rides nice. Body is in good shape.

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Q: Hi there, Is the car titled as a VW or as a replica?? Thanks Nov-25-10
A: sorry i did not get back quicker. title says body type va class aj yr 2003 mo i guess model is kt says nothing about vw on the title thanks for the interest
Q: I see you have one bid-is this a no reserve auction? I dont see anything that says reserve met? I am interested in the car and I was wondering if I could come by and look at it. I live 175 miles away and want to make sure someone will be there when I make the trip. Thanks-DR Nov-21-10
Q: What is the top speed and how does it handle going fast ?and does it stop good? Nov-20-10
A: im guessing 75 this car handles and stops good if you are close come and drive it thanks for looking
Q: Why don't you use another photo as your primary picture. This one makes the rear of the car look obscenely large. Nothing personal, just an observation. G Nov-20-10
A: thanks for the observation. i am a new ebayer but i guess it got attention. thanks for looking
Q: Hi there, Sweet looking ride!! How is it titled? Also, is there a top for the car? Gauges, horn - all working? Thanks - James Nov-20-10
A: clear california title no top speed oil amp gauges all seem ok not sure about the tach horn works ooga horn side brake works thanks for looking
Q: Do you have a buy it now price in mind? Thanks Nov-20-10
A: not really but at my starting bid i have had lots of interest already 11 watchers. so just call and make an offer im ready to sell thanks for looking

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