The good folks over at McLaren are known for combining performance and design. From 1992 to 1998, McLaren created 106 examples of the F1 coupe. The vehicle is considered to be the most refined sports car of all time. However, chassis 029 is unlike any other F1 created. This 1995 Creighton Brown McLaren F1 Coupe is like no other F1 ever created; literally. It’s not it’s power that’s different, or the interior.
It’s not even any special custom hardware attached to the car; it’s all about the color! Adding to an already impressive allure, this car was secretly stored in a Japanese collection since new. It’s the only model in the Creighton Brown colorway, which was named after a McLaren executive. The car has just over 240 miles on it and was exhaustively maintained during that time. The ride is in like-new condition and is a rarity among the rarest of McLaren’s.
For McLaren fans and enthusiasts, this car is something special! Take a closer look at this eye-catching machine in the images and head over to Gooding & Co. to find out more. Place your bid and be sure to keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more rare rides, new cars, and automotive news coming soon.
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