The world’s lowest mileage McLaren F1 is currently for sale in the UK and is bound to sell for eight figures.
This F1 is currently in the possession of Tom Hartley Jnr and is chassis no. 60 of just 64 road-going examples ever produced. Remarkably, it has only 148 miles (239 km) on its clock, all accrued as part of pre-delivery tests conducted by McLaren.
Consequently, the British icon has never been driven since its delivery in 1997 and never even registered by the one and only owner. What’s more, the entire interior remains wrapped in protective materials and is in as-new condition.
Beyond the vehicle itself, all of the original gold-plated titanium tools, luggage set, Facom tool chest and spare keys are included in the sale. There’s even an ultra-rare TAG Heuer watch with the chassis number engraved on the face, an F1 LM-style spare exhaust and an additional GTR-style steering wheel.
In August, the first McLaren F1 federalized for use on U.S. roads sold for a record $15.62 million. Despite being in pristine condition, that F1 had 9,600 miles under its belt. Consequently, we suspect this F1 could change hands for almost $20 million when, and if, a buyer can be found.