Shocking the automotive world as it was flooded during Hurricane Ian, this McLaren P1 hypercar may live to see another day!

While destruction from Category 4 Hurricane Ian is still being cleaned up in South Florida, supercars and hypercars of all kinds are being pulled from abandoned homes. At the time, a bright yellow McLaren P1 went viral around the world as it was floating freely in an aggressive storm surge. The multi-million dollar hypercar was owned by Ernie (@lambo9286) and accompanied his Rolls-Royce under 2-3ft of water. The 2014 McLaren P1 is making news again as it recently sold during an online auction to automotive YouTube influencer Tavarish.

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The 35-year-old car collector specializes in buying and fixing wrecked exotics, documenting each journey through a series of DIY videos. The idea of buying the totaled McLaren P1 came courtesy of a recent Instagram post of the floating P1, with a caption that read "If this post gets 40,000 likes, I will spend every cent I have (and borrow) to buy this McLaren P1 from Copart and restore it down to the last bolt for YouTube's biggest car project ever." Tavarish's lineup currently includes a McLaren 675LT, Lamborghini Gallardo, Lamborghini Murcielago, Ferrari F355 Spider, Mk4 Toyota Supra, and many more. Make sure to check back into Tavarish's YouTube Channel to keep up with his McLaren P1 flood car rebuild series. View all current McLaren P1 examples for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking on the link below.

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Source: @therealtavarish IG