To this day, the McLaren F1 remains one of the most performance-oriented road cars of all time. Envisioned by renowned designer Gordon Murray and developed over the course of four years, it boasted unique Formula 1-inspired technology like a centrally-mounted driver’s seat, a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, and downforce-generating ground effects.
Pictured before you is one of just 106 McLaren F1s ever built. And while that in itself already makes it a rare vehicle, this particular unicorn is the only one in existence wearing ‘Creighton Brown’ paint. As true a time capsule of a car as there ever was, it has a mere 242 miles on the clock (making it the lowest-mile F1 ever offered at auction) and comes with all original factory details — even its set of specially-developed, date-coded Goodyear Eagle tires. Inside, you’ll find that the ‘Light Tan’ and ‘Dark Brown’ leather upholstery to be in pristine condition, enclosing the driver in a cockpit that’s as comfortable as it is cutting-edge. Powered by a naturally-aspirated 6.0L BMW V12, this is one car that’s sure to turn heads when all 618 horses thunder out of that four-pot exhaust at 7,500rpm. It’ll go under the hammer this August at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.