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$4 million for the last remaining McLaren F1 GTR

There’s something to be said about owning a car that only a select few in the world have too. Call it bragging rights or what-have-you, but having a rare piece of gem like a McLaren F1 GTR tucked in your garage automatically gives you cool points for life.

That’s why if you have around $4 million, we suggest that you take the money, don’t tell the wife, and spend it on one of the most exclusive cars on the planet. This particular model is the last McLaren F1 GTR ever produced, making it quite a historic car on top of its exclusivity. It’s got some racing pedigree, too, having been raced in a number of series from 1995 to 1997, including the maiden season of the FIA GT Championship.

In terms of what you’re getting for what’s under it’s hood, this particular F1 GTR has a destroked 6.0-liter version of the F1’s V12 engine, capable of producing 600 horsepower with a top speed of 240 mph and a 0-60 mph time of just three seconds.

If that doesn’t get you more excited to part ways with your $4 million, we don’t know what will.

Source: Jameslist


10 comments:

hmm. Spending a $4 million dollar for a historic car is not bad though if you have the money! However, I still didn’t get the point of owning one since all you have to do is spend another million to maintain this vintage car.

McLaren F1 GTR would be the last production so if the price is freaking million, well, there’s no shocking about it. BTW, McLaren makes the best model ever and I never doubt its engine performance.

Just look how does that performs. Based on handling, performance and design that price can justify .

$4 million? That seems to be really pricey, as far as I know, the price of the McLaren F1 back then was only around $1 million. But since this one is the very last, it seems to be reasonable.

what the hell! spending $4 million over a car then just stock it on the garage. what a waste!

Notice the Mercedes CLK GTR (otherwise known as the GT1) lurking under the car cover in the background…

Three seconds sounds good... the bad part is that in order to make it street legal you need to paint it! And if you paint it... you can find another 3s car for under 4 mil smiley

Probably this is worth if you collect cars and you already donated enough to save from starvation the Africa population!

well that’s for sure, but honestly if I have that kind of money, I will probably buy Nissan GT-R and tune it to the max until it can outrun a bugatti veyron.

what? $4 million for a car like this? i already can get my self a bugatti Veyron on this, well for sure there a re only few golden people who can buy this car.

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