McLaren Special Operations Heritage division is offering up one of the finest examples of the McLaren F1 in existence, according to a press release from the manufacturer.
Chassis #069 was one of the very last F1s ever produced, the 60th model to be handbuilt in the Woking plant and one of only six made in 1998. That’s quite the pedigree. It’s offered with only 2,800 miles since new and has been maintained by the MSO Heritage division. Coming with the Carbon Black factory condition car is a number of original accessories, including the luggage, tool box and tool kit, books and literature (including the correct numbered LM Edition of the Driving Ambition McLaren F1 book) and the limited edition McLaren F1 watch that was given to the original owner.
The press release notes that it’s UK registered, with UK taxes paid. Those interested will have to contact McLaren by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.