What does four million bones buy someone with a massive velocity addiction? How about an ultra rare Bugatti Veyron Super Sport or a Cold War vintage Mikoyan Gurevich MiG-29 Fulcrum that's now for sale. But which one should you buy?
The MiG-29 was one muscular beast even in its first iterations, and it still remains an extremely formidable opponent in a "knife fight" against more modern fighters. With its jaw drop instantaneous turning ability, wicked fast dash capability and eye watering climb performance, the MiG-29 was something that western fighter pilots would avoid seeing with their own eyes if at all possible. In a "knife fight" she was incredibly dangerous, especially when paired with her old school helmet mounted sight and AA-11 "Archer" missiles.
The Bugatti Veyron SS is known as the fastest production car in the world, topping out at 267.8mph. Although there was some controversy during its world record runs, the supercar maker did produce five out of the 50 Super Sports without a governor.