Daniel Marshall Crafts Bugatti Humidor


Last week, Bugatti announced the final Veyron had been sold. Now there’s a humidor with a piece of one of the world’s most expensive cars.

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Daniel Marshall has created a special humidor that features a Bugatti gas cap, known as a “filler flap,” on top of the lid of the humidor. Marshall told halfwheel there’s currently only one in existence, located at the Bugatti factory in Molsheim, France, but that more could be made on a custom basis. The 125-count humidor not only has the filler cap built in to the lid, but the outside is painted to match the color of a Bugatti Veyron.

Pricing for a custom Bugatti humidor would be around $7,500.

In the late 1990s, Volkswagen AG purchased the rights to the Bugatti name. In 2005, the new company released the Veyron, which has since held records for being the most expensive, fastest and powerful production car over the course of its production history.

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