Obsessively developed to be the ultimate driver's car by some of the most brilliant minds in motorsport, the McLaren F1 is in a class completely by itself. Despite being the size of a contemporary Porsche Boxster (and weighing 500 pounds less), the F1 can contain three occupants, plenty of luggage, and a 6.1 liter V12 that ranks as one of the most magnificent engines ever created. Aside from the face-melting performance that these figures permit, the F1 impresses for its immense usability. It rides well, is tractable, beautifully made, and surprisingly practical, yet it is one of the most sensationally entertaining yet accessible performance cars of all time. In short, it is a car virtually without compromise, a singular experience that no other car comes close to approximating. With only 64 production road cars made, they are hugely collectible and opportunities to buy them are few and far between.
This particular example has clear and well-documented history from new, being one of seven cars originally sold in the United States. Obsessively serviced by a marque expert and extremely complete, this is a no-stories car that has covered enough mileage to be usable, making it the ideal example for a new owner seeking to pile on miles just as Gordon Murray intended.
This vehicle has been sold.