The yellow McLaren F1, which was delivered to the customer in 1997, has never been registered. It passed only 239 km, during the factory testing, before it was sold to the owner.
Although McLaren F1 was produced just 20 years ago, the value of this car has been rising steadily lately.
This was largely influenced by its cult status among collectors and fans of sports models, as well as the fact that in the period from 1992 to 1998, the British manufacturer made only 64 copies that can be driven on public roads.
Among them is the car that we present today, which has never been driven since it was purchased 20 years ago. It is not only not driven, it is not even registered, and its interior is still covered with a protective overlay and is practically in the factory condition.
To the excitement of rich collectors, the mentioned F1 was advertised for sale by British dealer Tom Hartley Junior, and the price was not disclosed, but can be found on request.
Considering that in August, one McLaren F1 with about 15,500 km changed its owner for $15,62 million, it is estimated that this copy costs about $20 million.
In addition to the vehicle itself, the original gilt tool made of titanium, a set of special travel bags, a very rare TAG Heuer watch, including the number of chassis of vehicles, spare exhaust pipes and an additional GTR-style steering wheel, are included in the price.