1996 McLaren F1 with zero miles up for sale in Japan

is one of the most exotic and rarest supercars.

Between 1993-1998 McLaren built just 64 units of the standard model, 5 LMs, three GTs and 28 GTRs. Very rarely an F1 goes on sale and if it does it costs a fortune.

Last year a UK dealer Tom Hartley sold the F1 for £3.5 million. Now a virtually new yellow McLaren F1 has been listed for sale in Japan with zero miles.

The car was bought 17 years ago and looks like the Japanese customer never wanted to hear the 627bhp V12 on the road.

There is no price tag on it, but we do expect it to go well over £4 million. If you are interested check out the listing here.


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