The 1998 McLaren F1 ($Auction) you see here is a vehicle holding the record of “world’s fastest naturally aspirated car” (243 mph) and can now be yours, as it’s being put up for sale. So free up some cash, ’cause this is an insanely rare occasion to own one of the last F1s ever made – a true icon of the automotive world.
Maintained & sold by McLaren’s Special Operations Heritage division, the hand-built car is said to be in factory condition, with less than 3,000 miles on its odometer. Beneath its Carbon Black body lies a potent 6.1-liter BMW V12 engine, sending 627-hp to the 17″ center-locking, stealth-finished magnesium wheels. Inside, the driver’s seat is finished in black & red leather, while the 2 passenger seats are black Alcantara, and there’s even fitted luggage plus a limited edition McLaren F1 owner’s watch included in the sale. The price? We hear it’s expected to fetch around $10 mil. [via]