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A McLaren F1 with only 148 miles on the odometer just went up for sale

The lowest mileage McLaren F1 in the world.
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McLaren F1 149 miles

What's probably the biggest topic of conversation amongst high-end car community today is this Dandelion Yellow McLaren F1. With only 148 miles on the odometer, this F1 is the lowest mileage example on the planet and is as mint as it was when it rolled off the production line in 1997.

Chassis no. 060 has never been driven and has never been registered by its original and only owner. The car will come in its factory protective wrapping and includes all the leather-cased handbooks, Famcom tool chest with gold-plated titanium tools, a full luggage set still in plastic, and the individually-numbered Tag Heuer that was exclusive to owners of the car. 

It was also specified with a suede-wrapped removable steering wheel, carbon driver's seat, yellow insert straps on the seats, LM-style spare exhaust, an additional GTR steering wheel, and a hand-painted Gordon Murray signature on the rear right-hand side of the body.

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