Desperate for a Bugatti Veyron, but lacking the budget to afford an entire car? Fear not, because one owner is (rather charitably) selling their tan interior for the low, low price of US$150,000 ($207,500).
According to the seller, all the components were removed from the car before the owner took delivery, after he requested the interior be changed to black.
That left all those beautiful, leather-trimmed pieces sitting in a climate-controlled garage, awaiting a home. A dealership in (where else) Florida is taking care of the sale.
The eBay listing includes everything you'd need to furnish a Veyron: seats, the dashboard, seatbelts, a steering wheel, door panels, and HVAC controls.
As for who'd buy it? We'd suggest putting those seats in your living room, maybe in front of a fashionable coffee table, while the door trims could be mounted on the walls.
Alternatively, you could use the beige panels to replace those in your existing Veyron. Variety is the spice of life, after all.