How about a zero-mileMcLaren F1? True connoisseurs will probably hesitate to take the offer, knowing that every McLaren needs to go through a number of serious drive tests before reaching dealerships, so every sold unit has a small number of miles on the odometer when it is delivered to its owner.
So how about the world’s lowest mile McLaren F1, then? This mint-condition 1996 example has never been driven by its owner ever since it was purchased back in the 1990s. It was bought by a Japanese collector who chose not to take it for a spin, like most drivers do with every fresh car. And then he never took it out of its special temperature-controlled room for almost two decades.
The yellow stunner is now ready for a new owner, and we can’t help but wonder what will happen to its odometer once it changes hands. Will the buyer keep it in this ‘virgin’ condition, will he (or she!) be able to resist the temptation of driving it around and see how it feels? Or maybe it is time for the iconic supercar to finally start doing what it was meant to do in the first place: thrill its driver and turn heads on the street. What would you do if you had this baby in your garage?