this is the part of car collecting that drives normal humans batty. An absolutely insane car, begging to be driven, with a ready audience waiting to admire it out on the road. Instead it sat still, tucked away for 20+ years. Now it exceeds the means of the average interested party, will likely never be driven in earnest and didn't net the original buyer anything in the process. The original sticker was $120-$130m. What's the point?
Rolling art, but that baby begs to be driven. I have a 2005 Copperhead that just turned 87K miles. I almost wadded it up in the top of second on a highway on ramp. More car than I have skill. Gets the heart rate up fer' sure.