Curious cases of brand new or super low-mileage cars for sale pop up every so often. Usually they concern a Lexus LFA or a Nissan 240SX. This one involves a 1997, never-owned, never-registered McLaren F1. With 148 miles on the clock.
The F1, currently for sale through England’s Tom Hartley Jnr, is Chassis No. 060. The dealer believes this to be the lowest-mileage McLaren F1 in existence. It was never driven, never registered and still wears its factory protective wrapping.
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 car.
The listing also reads:
Other special order features include a removable steering wheel finished in suede, a carbon drivers seat with F1 logo, Yellow insert straps on the drivers seat and the hand-painted signature of F1 designer Gordon Murray on the rear right-hand side of the body.
Price on request, obviously. But if this pretty good F1 that sold recently for $15.6 million is anything to go by, then you can bet the yellow one will go for at least that.