• Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren Stirling Moss for sale in Miami

When Mercedes revealed the SLR McLaren Stirling Moss back in 2009, they also announced that it would be limited to only 75 units. Basically, what this meant was that any chances we had to actually own one were, well, limited.

Thankfully, car owners everywhere have that great little trait embedded in their brains that allow them to tire of their limited edition models. Crazy, we know, but also fabulous for the opportunistic buyers out there with $1,750,000 burning a hole in their pockets. If you happen to be one of these people, then we suggest you head on over to Miami to snatch up this exquisite ride. Unfortunately, this vehicle was a little too rich for our blood when it debuted with a price tag of $1.07 million, so the inflation in price doesn’t bode well for our bank accounts.

The specific model up for sale comes equipped with 19" Stirling Moss wheels, a brake system with red calipers, seat and passenger seats in size L, and only a few miles on the odometer. The McLaren comes painted in a Crystal Laurit silver combined with a ’silver arrow’ red interior.

As for the power behind the SLR Stirling Moss, the V8 supercharged engine does its job breaking out 650hp with an insane 217mph top speed and a 0-60mpg sprint in 3.5 seconds.


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  (727) posted on 08.9.2011

I agree on you dimavsen and this one is really an eye catcher most especially to the carnappers, hahah kidding! Nice car, it is really impressive enough.

  (599) posted on 01.27.2011

The McLaren comes painted in a Crystal Laurit silver combined with a ’silver arrow’ red interior.

  (463) posted on 01.27.2011

I don’t think it will be a given attention to the customer choice this type of car,It is not suitable for the streets.

  (38) posted on 01.26.2011

I’m not sure what this car is for. I love the last McLaren, but it seems they were trying a bit too hard when they conjured up this abomination. If Mercedes made their own version of the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile, it would look like this. These kind of avant garde designs are one thing at an auto show, but on the production line, they’re just garish. Besides not spending money very wisely, what message about yourself are you sending by driving one of these? Think of what else you could get for the money and tell me you wouldn’t rather have that instead.

  (142) posted on 01.25.2011

wow.. someone would buy this just to show that they are rich!

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