Updated October 05, 2018 08:30:42 An Italian car that’s been valued at more than one million euros ($1.05 million) after being used as a bait in a car race has been worth more after being sold.
The Bugatti Veyron was used by the Italian racing team Ferrari to enter a car championship in the 1970s.
The car was later used in a race at the famous Nurburgring in Germany in 1977, with the team winning the race.
However, in 2017, Ferrari decided to sell the car and the owner of the car, Giovanni Bazzi, has spent more than 2 million euros on the car.
The Carrera 4S is one of the fastest cars on the circuit, but it’s not a car that attracts much attention in the public eye.
A lot of people are interested in cars like this, but they don’t have a lot of money.
Bazzitas collection of Bugatti cars has a lot to do with his passion for cars, according to Italian news outlet Il Giornale.
It was an important part of his career, he said.
He has been a Ferrari driver since 2001, and it’s something that he never expected.
He’s a car collector, he’s a mechanic and he’s also an entrepreneur.
Bazzi said the car had a great value when he bought it, and he plans to keep it for the rest of his life.
He said he plans on putting it on display at his garage in Milan.
He told Il Giorentina that he’s “the most generous person in the world” when it comes to the sale of his car.