Wealth is relative. Whether or not you can afford something is really a cost-worth argument. Like for example, $12,000, is consider OK price for an actual car, but $12,000 for a 1:8 scale model? That’s ludicrous. Speaking of $12,000, that’s exactly what this exquisite 1:8 Scale Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse by Amalgam Collection (or Amalgam Fine Model Cars) commands.
For a real, drive-able Bugatti Veyron, 12K is a steal, but not if it is a scale model, is it? Then again, anyone who could afford a Bugatti could have pick up a few 12K scale model cars. However, Amalgam don’t have a bunch for richie rich to buy. There’s only one such example. How’s that for exclusivity?
Anyways, if you are super rich and love Bugatti, or just simply dig exquisitely crafted scale model car, you will want this in your life because, this ain’t no ‘ordinary’ scale model of the legendary Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.
This all-white scale supercar is developed as a unique one-off edition for Bugatti designer and artist Etienne Salome and it is as accurate to the real-life, life-size model as it can get – thanks to the use of original CAD and accurate digital scanning of the original car.
For $12,000, you will also get a signed plaque, certificate and an original Etienne Salome hand sketch of the Grand Sport Vitesse’s profile. Spoiler: it is still available at the time of this post and so, if you want it, it is wise to act on it now.
All images courtesy of Amalgam Fine Model Cars.
Source: Luxury Launches.