An unregistered and "never driven" McLaren F1 has surfaced, featuring its original factory protective wrapping. To complement its low mileage - we hate to repeat, but 239km! - and protective wrapping, the McLaren is finished in oh-so-vibrant Dandelion Yellow over a dark grey Alcantara interior, with a dark grey and Solar Yellow driver's seat. Only 106 cars were built between 1992 and 1998 so F1s are rare in the extreme but one has just come to market that takes this rarity to another level. To call this a used auto would be somewhat crude so you could certainly look at it as an opportunity to buy a new McLaren F1.
Still covered in its factory protective wrap, the F1 chassis number 060 seen in the attached images is available for sale from exotic cars dealer Tom Hartley Jr.
Once the buyer took delivery, the vehicle was never registered and all the protective bits inside the auto were left in place.
The leather-cased owners' manual, tool chest, luggage set and commemorative (never worn) TAG Heuer watch with the matching chassis number engraved on its face all come with the auto.
The auto was also ordered with optional extras such as a LM style spare exhaust, an additional GTR style steering wheel with F1 logo in the centre painted in matching exterior colour, passenger over-carpets and a windscreen strip, all of which have never been opened and are in their original packaging. As a landmark piece of automotive history - the first road vehicle to break the 240mph barrier - the F1 was always destined to for greatness, wut with just 106 built in total between 1993 and 1998 - 64 of which are original road cars - Demand has always out-stripped supply on the used market.