The McLaren F1 was not the fastest car in the world in more than 10 years, but it remains one of the most important cars.
The McLaren F1 LM was sold late for only $ 20 million at closing and the costs will rise once the car becomes more sophisticated. Considering how the new F1 was sold for about $ 1 million, it was a great investment for anyone who stuck to his car.
A 64 copies of the McLaren F1 were created (of which 106 were entirely built) and as you know, maintaining one can be costly. McLaren Special Operations (MSO) reported its ultimate F1 certification program at the Hampton Court Concours d’Elegance, and this year, the recently re-established F1 063 will showcase.
The 63 chassis was thoroughly rebuilt over a year and a half. During the operation, the body and the driving car were moved away from the car and the interior was renewed by semi-aniline leather. The owner chose to have the interior color as Woking Grey, a shade named after the sky seen at the former base camp at McLaren on Albert Drive.