The EB110 still is in production

Discussion in '1992 Bugatti EB110 SS' started by ajzahn, Aug 9, 2002.

  1. #1 ajzahn, Aug 9, 2002
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    Right, you may have to add a new chapter to the Bugatti history:

    In 1998, when the "Italian" Bugatti work was bankrupted, Jochen Dauer, the maker of the famous Dauer 962 Le Mans Porsche, took over. All the machinery and remaining parts were shipped to Nuremberg, Germany where the very last five Bugatti EB110 were build "Made in Germany".
    When Volkswagen took over the brand "Bugatti", they were not interested in some cooperation with Jochn Dauer, he was forced to turn down the project and decided to build another 6 cars now called the "Dauer EB110" which is still is in production. Another 7-8 units are planned for this year.

    The Dauer EB110SS Evolution now is about 200 kgs lighter, has a carbon fibre body, up to 720 PS, a new ZF power steering, a new and betetr air condition and lots of imprivements.

    Below thereŽs a picture of the Dauer EB110 at last yearŽs supercar rally Paris-Monaco with Jochen Dauer standing next to it.

    Axel J. Zahn
    Formula 1 Club of Europe
    www.Formula1.org
    www.F1-Worlds.com
     
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    As you said , it's a Dauer EB110 , the real EB 110 (and EB 110 SS) is dead with the Italian consortium.
     
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    Have you heard of Michael Schumacher, the german F1 racer? He has one of the orginal Bugatti EB110 SS's produced in Italy. He paid half a million dollars then and said a year ago that the EB110 is the best car he ever had and that he would never sell it to anyone for any price. I wish I had one of the original ones. But the EB110 has been dead since the company went bankrupt in 1994 I think. The car costed 500 grand to make and costed 500 grand to buy one, so there was no profit.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Michael SchumacherŽs yellow EB110 now is for sale!
     
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    It's still nice to knwo that such a great car is returning to the market. Even if it isn't an actual Bugatti, it's still worth the cost.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    Ajzahn, We need to talk more, I'm a huge Formula 1 fan and love all these hyper-exotics
     
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    The Italian in the car is far from dead. They are resurrecting an Italian car mainly for the purpose of offering Bugatti owners a chance to get a part for their car if they need it. I have the 150th issue of Sport Car International and they claim that even the reproductions will only have minor changes. The design and engine are still very Italian and even the new Veyron though backed by VW still has some of the same Italian engineers that built this beast. I couldn't care less about the finances though. Show me a good car and I'm happy no matter where it's from.
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    Ask Ajzahn in the dauer 962 forum , he knows a lot about Dauer.
     
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    uh, exotic cars are limited production=this, porsches are semi-exotic, and hondas aren't<!-- Signature -->
     
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    you can get this car now brand new from Dauer, with full warranty and service
     
  11. #11 ajzahn, Aug 9, 2002
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    DAUER EB110 at Monaco GP

    Just one year after the DAUER EB110 SS Lightweight
    World Premiere at Monaco 2001, two of the fastest and
    most exclusive Supersports Cars of the World will present
    on the occasion of the 2002 Monaco GP, again.

    The two cars that Dauer has built for sale are finished in Black
    with clear lacquer and in dark Titanium Silver. Since there were
    only five existing chassis, Dauer cannot build any more of these significantly improved EB110s. The "Monaco Special Edition"
    have got several modifications regarding the interior and
    technical components such as the finest German leather applied
    by Italian craftsmen and the latest Kenwood Navigation System
    with a DVD player and TV tuner. And much more.

    The cars are on view in the area around the "Café de Paris".


    Axel J. Zahn
    www.Formula1.org
    www.F1media.com
    www.F1-News.com
    www.962LM.com
     
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    if i had the money i would try to find one, and that would be a miracle.


    by the way, how do you join groups or clans?
     
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    yeh i saw the picture of hte dauer in black and goldish. it was pretty cool cuz the photograph was taken at night and it gave it a even edgier stance and look.


    twas awesome.
     
  14. #14 KoenigMan, Oct 16, 2002
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    NOOOHOOOOOOO!!! Shumacher may have a Bugatti, but it never cost him 500k! THE most expensive MODERN Bugatti is the Veyron, and right after that is the Bugatti EB110 Special Edition, priced at about 380k plus hundreds of luxury options. The average buyer spends about 410k. Actually, they've got one for sale at Singen ( www.auto-salon-singen.com) for 250 euros! But no "original" cost 500k.
     
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    To all you guys talkin about Bugatti being Italinian, well sorry but it was originally a French company
     
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    Well, sort of. Ettore Bugatti was actually Italian born and his company was located in the Alsace Loarraine region, with much Belgian support. It was adopted by the French as 'their' performance car manufacturer.
     
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    Ya, like a Porsche boxter is exotic? And I suppose a cayenne is too? Not even close to semi-exotic they are. Go back to sleep.
     
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    the gt2's and the carrera gt is for sure exotic buddy...and ya it was french
     
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    Its my dream someday to have an EB110 in my garage so i can drive it in the highway to feel its power,to feel the word BUGATTI, i hope that will be a mistake in my bank account someday and i'll go to buy it <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/emoticons.html"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="http://speed.supercars.net/cboardhtml/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
     
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    I love the Bugatti EB110. I think that it was a great car that was well ahead of its time when it was made. However, the one bone that I have left to pick with it is the interior of the car. To me, the interior looked outdated the moment that it came out. I know that the car is fast, but if I'm going to sit in it all the time while I'm driving it, I would like to look at and sit in a better interior while I'm driving it.
     
  21. This is one of the greatest 90s cars. That is indisputable.
     
  22. This is definately the best supercar of the 90s, to heel with the McLaren F1, Ferrari F50, Lamborghini Diablo! 4 freakin turbos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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