The American-made Saleen S7 is one of the North American’s few real automotive gems of the modern age – with manufacturing only taking the space of a few years and ending up with a mere 1,500 examples fact sheet.
Now one of these already rare and beautiful cars is coming up to an auction event with a twist – it’s actually unique. Part of the RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island sale this particular example is bespoke because it’s the only one wrapped in Speedlab Silver with a Beige leather interior, has seven-spoke silver polished alloys and even a certificate of authenticity identifying its one-of-a-kind nature. Want more – take the 550-horsepower (410-kilowatt) V8 and maximum speed of more than 200 miles per hour (321 kilometers per hour).
Next to its bespoke paint job and interior, this is one of just eight S7 vehicles part of the 2004 model year build and one of the only 30 units that were naturally aspirated. It will be on the auction block at the RM Sotheby’s Amelia Island event where it’s estimated to fetch anywhere between $390,000 to $500,000. Other perks include a fully adjustable front and rear suspension, four-wheel ventilated Brembo disc brakes, and a mid-mounted 427 cubic-inch V8 – as well as a mere 1,500 miles (2,414 kilometers) on the odometer.