On the 110th anniversary of Ettore Bugatti's birth, Ferrari dealer Romano Artioli's reborn Bugatti introduced the EB 110. A year later, the EB110 Super Sport was released, a lighter and faster version of the base car. With all-wheel-drive and nearly 600 horsepower from its quad-turbo V12, the EB110 Super Sport could storm from 0-60 in 3.2 seconds and hit a top speed of 216 MPH — marks that still hold up over 25 years later. This 1994 Soper Sport has had three owners over its lifetime and shows only 569 miles on the odometer. Copious amounts of documentation, including ownership and maintenance records, certify this as one of only 30 original-production EB110 Super Sports. In immaculate condition and perfect working order, this highly-desirable supercar represents the pinnacle of performance in the 1990s and is no slouch even by today's astronomical standards.