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You Can Now Buy Cufflinks Made From Bugatti Veyron Wheels

Because of course you can

Eric Weiner
Aug 9, 2016

As the world prepares for the Bugatti Veyron to be replaced with the newfangled Chiron, one London-based company isn't prepared to say goodbye entirely. TMB Art Metal devised a way for the Veyron-obsessed to wear a piece of the world-beating supercar, by creating a set of wheel-shaped cufflinks actually made from a Veyron wheel.

Somehow TMB Art Metal managed to get a hold of the OZ Racing lightweight front wheel from one of the first Veyron units to hit the market. Using their expertise in reworking metal, the company created a miniature 12-spoke wheel with a bronze "tire," although purists can opt for black chrome for a more rubber-like sheen.

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TMB Art Metal makes all kinds of other cufflinks as well as clocks and other small sculptures. In addition to the wheel-shaped cufflinks you can buy a set fashioned into a small model of the full Veyron, also constructed from the same lightweight OZ Racing wheel.

You'll have to lay down 295 (about $385) for your own set of Bugatti wheel cufflinks, which seems like not such a bad deal when you consider the Veyron costs north of $1.5 million. If we had it our way though, we'd take the whole engine block from the fearsome 16.4-liter W-16 and make it into the most badass dining room table.

By Eric Weiner
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