You can have your very own Bugatti Veyron with some handy work and a whole of time (nine months, to be exact). Well, sort of. Mike Duff turned his 2002 Mercury Cougar into the fastest car in the world with some major body work that included loads of fiberglass, and some changes to the interior. The car still has the same working parts as the Cougar and goes nowhere near as fast as the 267 mph Bugatti, but it still closely resembles the grand touring car and that’s good enough for us. You can head to eBay and become a Bugatti boy for $89,000 (about $1.6 million less than the real thing).