Is there an official McLaren F1 thread here on fchat ? Nothing came up on the search only f1vs other models, if this to be the official F1thread I doubt there is a newer example available, however I doubt anybody would buy it unless you already owned one which you could use. Image Unavailable, Please Login Image Unavailable, Please Login Quite a stir was created today when a McLaren F1 060 was listed for sale with only delivery mileage and still in its wrappings from new, as in never driven. I’m sure a lot have seen it already on Instagram or Twitter, but just in case nobody on here has seen it or for future reference here are it’s listing details. http://www.tomhartleyjnr.com/used/1997/classic/mclaren/1997-classic-mclaren-moira-swadlincote-for-sale-048060# Listed discription as follows:- With only 239 kilometres from new, which represents the McLaren pre-delivery test mileage, Chassis no. 060 is the lowest mileage F1 in existence. Not only never driven but never registered by the one and only owner and still in its factory protective wrapping. Furthermore it is totally complete with its leather-cased owners handbooks, the Facom tool chest, tool roll with its original gold-plated titanium tools, full luggage set still in factory protective wrapping, spare keys plus the ultra-rare commemorative TAG Heuer watch with the chassis number engraved on the face (completely unused). In addition the car was ordered new with special features such as a LM style spare exhaust, an additional GTR style steering wheel with F1 logo in the centre painted in matching exterior colour, passenger over-carpets and a windscreen strip, all of which have never been opened and still accompany the car. Other special order features include a removable steering wheel finished in suede, a carbon drivers seat with F1 logo, Yellow insert straps on the drivers seat and the hand-painted signature of F1 designer Gordon Murray on the rear right-hand side of the body. Without doubt this is one of the most important road cars ever to be offered for sale and if preserved is highly likely to be the most valuable road car in the world in years to come.