What apparently passes as the world’s lowest mileage McLaren F1 currently resides in the United Kingdom, but the owner is willing to part with it – naturally for a huge figure with high eight figures.
The McLaren F1 is chassis no. 60 of just 64 street-legal units produced by the British racing outlet. And whether you believe it or not, the odometer shows it has been driven a mere 148 miles (239 km) since new, all of them actually owed to the pre-delivery tests conducted by McLaren. This means the British supercar icon has never been driven since its delivery back in 1997 – and not having touched the street tarmac ever since we can all imagine it’s in like new condition.
The car hasn’t even been registered by the sole owner – and he even kept the entire interior wrapped in its protective materials, the same ones it was wearing when it was delivered by the factory. Naturally, with such a careful owner (or better say savvy and patient investor), we can imagine everything else is in pristine condition as well – original gold-plated titanium tools, luggage set, Facom tool chest and spare keys are all included in the sale. Bonus you’ll also get a rare TAG Heuer watch with the chassis number engraved on the face, an F1 LM-style spare exhaust and an additional GTR-style steering wheel.