McLaren Special Operations Heritage Division has offered for sale well preserved specimen of model F1, which has only 2,800 miles (4,505 km) on its odometer. Rather, it is a car with chassis number 69, 60th produced F1 in Woking factory, near the end of the production of this model in 1998. The car is otherwise in Carbon Black color with 17-inch magnesium wheels, and black and red leather driver’s seat.
McLaren says the car is UK registered and will come with fitted luggage, a complete Facom titanium lightweight tool kit and toolbox, all books and literature and a limited-edition F1 owner’s watch.
If talking about the price, you should contact the McLaren Special Operations, since McLaren isn’t disclosing the car’s advertised price to anyone but prospective buyers, but a similarly immaculate F1 sold for close to £9 million last year and market value has increased since then. That has led experts to suggest chassis 069 could sell for between £9 and £10 million.