This is like the holy grail of 90s supercars – not a pristine, but a brand new McLaren F1 still exists, and collectors need to hurry to place their huge bids, because it’s up for sale.
You better believe your eyes – this lovely yellow McLaren F1 is in the same state as it was when it left the factory gates back in 1997, because it has only accrued 149 miles (239 kilometers) in its existence, all of them done by the British outlet itself as pre-delivery tests. The sole owner has never even registered the car, so it hasn’t been driven on public roads. It’s the F1 chassis number 060, available through exotic cars dealer Tom Hartley Jnr. – the interior still covered in all the original protective wraps. The bonus features include a LM-style spare exhaust, an additional GTR-style steering wheel with F1 logo in the center painted in matching exterior color, passenger over-carpets, and a windscreen strip.
All these elements haven’t even been opened and come as original equipment – more so, there’s even a special carbon driver’s seat with McLaren F1 logo and also a unique Tag Heuer timepiece with the chassis number engraved on it. There are also original accessories, such as leather-cased owner’s handbooks, Facom tool chest, tool roll with its original gold-plated titanium tools, full luggage set, spare keys and said ultra-rare commemorative TAG Heuer watch. The seller even believes that preserved in the same condition, this yellow F1 is “highly likely to be the most valuable road car in the world in years to come.”
Via Tom Hartley Jnr