How much is a McLaren F1 GTR?

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How much is a McLaren F1 GTR?

Street-Legal McLaren F1 GTR Longtail Has Rich History, $15 Million Asking Price.

Is the McLaren F1 GTR road-legal?

The chassis number on this 1996 McLaren F1 GTR Longtail is 19R, but in the order of production, this car is No. 1. It’s the first longtail version of the GTR version of what many consider the greatest car ever made. Despite its track-intended build, it’s road-legal, and it’s currently up for sale in the United Kingdom.

Who owns a McLaren F1 GTR?

David Clark
Finished 6th at 1996 24 Hours of Le Mans. Sold to Martin Vehle Racing, raced in FIA GT in 1997, failing to score points. Now owned by David Clark, former Sales Director of McLaren Cars.

How much does a 1995 McLaren F1 GTR cost?


Vehicle: 1995 McLaren F1
Number Produced: 64 road cars, seven prototypes, 28 GTR racing cars, five LM road cars, two GT road cars. Total 106
Original List Price: £540,000 ($800,000 equivalent) in 1994
SCM Valuation: $12,250,000
Tune Up Cost: $10,000

How fast does a McLaren F1 GTR go?

225 mph
Take a look at its specs below: McLaren F1 LM Engine: S70/2 GTR LM V12. McLaren F1 LM 0-60 mph: 2.9 seconds. McLaren F1 LM Top Speed: 225 mph.

What is the most expensive McLaren in the world?

McLaren F1 sells for $20.5 million, the most expensive car auctioned this year

  • A McLaren F1 auctioned at Pebble Beach in California on Friday night for $20.5 million, showing the continued strength of the classic car market.
  • Gooding & Co.

What’s the rarest car in the world?

The rarest car in the world is Ferrari 250 Grand Turismo Omologato, a rare diamond designed and cared for by Enzo Ferrari in personam. In June 2018, the 1964 Ferrari 250 GTO became the most expensive car in history, setting an all-time record selling price of $70 million.

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