McLaren broke the mold when it built the F1 — a limited-edition supercar made all-the-more rare due to its minuscule, road-legal production run. While 106 of the manufacturer’s coveted platforms were built at England’s McLaren Technology Centre from 1992 to 1998, only 64 would ever touch the public blacktop; but, even out of their prodigal siblings, only two would garner the company’s desireable LM-Specification.
The 1994 McLaren F1 you see here is one of only two in existence. Adorning the manufacturer’s unrestricted GTR racing engine and Extra-High Downforce Kit, this 680-horsepower showpiece sports a modified exhaust system, transmission cooler, and two additional radiators to disperse heat. Underneath, a race-spec dampening system and enhanced springs serve to keep the vehicle’s monstrous performance figures in check, alongside a large rear wing, deepened splitters, and wide orientation at the car’s front end. On the F1’s interior, you’ll find premium Alcantara leather, updating the already-magnificent architecture with a palette of cream, beige, and brown. Only 13,352 miles are shown on the odometer. The rare F1 “LM-Specification” will be available for purchase at RM Sotheby’s Monterey event on August 15.
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