1995 model heading for Gooding Auction ahead of Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
While classic Ferraris remain the most sought-after vehicles on the planet, there is one car that significantly increases in value every time it heads to auction. In the past year alone, the McLaren F1 has sold for a record price on the two occasions it exchanged hands. And this pristine example is expected to follow suit. The Marlboro White McLaren F1 should fetch in the region of $14,000,000 at this year’s Gooding & Company auction during Monterey Car Week.
The only F1 to be finished in this body color, the 1995 model comes with the original manual, tool kit and fitted luggage, while its three owners have put just 1,004 miles on the clock between them. The F1 received an extensive service in 2008, so it’s new owner can enjoy the full force of its 627-hp 6.0-liter V12 without worrying about a blow out.