Dubbed the Siero Seco, this bespoke creation belongs to Sean Santarsiero, who looked at the Type 57 Bugatti and decided he wanted one.
Of course, there’s no Bugatti DNA to be had here. It’s mostly a custom chassis powered by a 2.3-liter Mercury Capri V6 that’s mated to an automatic transmission.
Other features include front wheel drive, a real UV-resistant leather interior, and a Royal Blue exterior highlighted by a custom aluminum grille. In terms of aesthetics, the creator was clearly inspired by the Bugatti Type 57 SC Corsica Roadster. Unlike the Corsica, though, it has slightly lower ground clearance and much bigger pontoon fenders, although to his credit, the seller never states that this is supposed to be a faithful Bugatti replica in the eBay ad.
Now, if you’re a fan, spending the $69,500 might seem like a bargain, since a genuine Type 57 Bugatti will set you back millions of dollars.