To put it simply, when a McLaren F1 goes on sale, petrolheads like us lose their fucking minds. That’s right, the supercar of all supercars are a rare collectors item these days, and very seldom do they ever become available for people like us to buy (well, people in general).
During its production run in the 1990’s, the McLaren F1 became the God of all road cars around the world. It wasn’t until some years later that the Veyron by Bugatti topped it as the world’s fastest production car. Only 64 purpose-built McLaren F1’s were ever made, meaning they are as rare as a hen’s teeth.
F1 chassis number 069 is now for sale, which was one of the six F1’s built in 1998 – the final year that the supercar was produced. Despite being in use for 18 years, the car has amassed just 2,800 miles, making it virtually new. For those looking to spend the £8 million rumored asking price, which is nearly $11.7 million, rest assured it comes with the original F1 book and limited edition owner’s watch presented on delivery.