In 1991, Italian entrepreneur Romano Artioli resurrected the famed Bugatti company with its first model since 1947, the EB 110 GT. Shortly after, the EB 110 SS was introduced, with 611 hp over the GT's 550 hp from the quad-turbo V12. With a 0-60 time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 216 MPH, the EB 110 still holds its own 25 years later. This black-on-red EB 110 was actually produced by Dauer, who bought the remaining parts and refined and assembled five EB 110 SS models after Bugatti went defunct in 1996. The Dauer cars are easily the best of the EB 110s, making an already rare car even rarer.