The final F1 hypercar masterpiece, chassis #069, is available to a new home. This car is absolutely concours-flawless and has been maintained since new by the MSO Heritage center.
They’ve spiffed it up to as-new condition. This car was clearly owned by a VIP for its whole life, and the trappings all come along near 20 years later when it is sold almost as-new. Including the titanium toolkit, toolbox, custom luggage and many other goodies.
Pricing is rumored to be a cool $3-million. As the only way to own what is essentially a “new” F1, that seems like pretty fair value! After all, fewer than 70 were made in total from 1993 to 1998.
We like the dark charcoal metallic paintwork and satin-grey wheels, which may have been kissed by MSO for a bit more modern appeal than the often-silver F1 stock livery. What other colors look good? All of them. Including Marlboro White!
1998 McLaren F1