Auto Trader has three Bugatti Veyrons for sale on the site right now.
So if you?ve got the best part of ?1 million to spare ? you can jump a queue with currently includes Cristiano Ronaldo.
When it went on sale in 2006, the Bugatti Veyron was immediately hailed a triumph thanks to its epic performance and ease of use with Jeremy Clarkson claiming it was the motoring equivalent of Concorde with car makers unlikely to build anything on the same level again.
Using an 8-litre engine with FOUR turbochargers, the Bugatti Veyron became the first production car to break the 1,000bhp mark ? producing 1,001bhp.
The result is a 0-62mph time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 253mph ? a v-max only beaten by the SSC Ultimate Aero TT?s 257mph.
It was the first car to use a seven-speed semi-automatic gearbox and had a set of 400mm front disc braked ? larger than the standard wheelson a Ford Focus.
Auto Trader has three Bugatti Veyrons for sale, all located in the south-east of England ? including a NEW unregistered model.
For ?1,050,000, Saffron Cars will sell you a brand new Veyron in dark blue and mid-blue.
If you?re not necessarily after a new one there are two pre-owned models for sale in London.
Joe Macari Performance Cars ? which is also selling an 800bhp Ferrari F50 ? has a 2007 Veyron which has had one previous owner and 600 miles on the clock for ?895,000.
And Mayfair Prestige ? which previously sold a super-rare chrome Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 ? has a 2006 Veyron on the market for ?850,000.
Despite being two years old, Mayfair Prestige?s Veyron ? which was the 34th Veyron built ? has covered just 2,000 miles and has benefitted from two Bugatti services totalling ?17,000.
Just 300 Bugatti Veyrons will ever be built and their prices are likely to skyrocket in the future so take advantage of the credit crunch and get a great deal on one of the best cars ever built.
Credit Crunch must really be biting if people are selling their Veyron's already.