One of the greatest supercars ever made is the McLaren F1. The car has a slick three seat configuration with the driver in the center of the car and passengers off to each side. Rarely do F1s come up for sale and this one is very special. It was originally ordered by a Japanese collector and delivered to him.
Once the buyer took delivery, the car was never registered and all the protective bits inside the car were left in place. The car only has the mileage racked up during delivery, but exactly what that milage is we don’t know.. The upholstery, toolkit, and everything else is with the car just as delivered. Even the TAG Heuer watch is unused and with the car.
The fact that a car like this went two decades sitting undriven is a sad thing. That said, once the wrappings are taken off and the car is driven it does lose some of its value. The car is up for sale with Tom Hartley Jnr with no price listed. Consider that the last McLaren F1 with 9,600 miles on the odometer sold for $15.6 million and you have to wonder what the last brand new McLaren F1 in existence might go for.
via AutoweekFiled Under: Auto News