A replica of the McLaren F1 has been recently spotted in Poland and we have to admit that this is a nice effort.
Owning a real McLaren F1 might turn out to be impossible even if you can afford its collector price mostly because just a limited amount has been put together over the years, so whenever such a supercar is being taken out for a spin, it manages to attract a lot of attention to it. The images posted below are showing actually a replica of the F1, but we have to admit that the effort of putting it together was nice.
The vehicle in question has been put together from scratch as Jacek Mazur has created a tubular chassis with pushrod suspension and the body has been made out of fiberglass. The proportions with the original ride have been kept and we can also notice this in the cabin, here the three-seat setup can be found. We are not sure what engine is found under the hood of this replica, but the real deal used to pack a 6.1 liter V12 engine, with 627 HP (468 kW) and 651 Nm (480 lb-ft) of torque, connected to a 6-speed manual transmission.