This Delivery-Mileage Noble M600 Is A Dream Find

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Danger equals excitement for this British brute.

Supercars are faster and more capable than ever. Gone are the days of analog gauges and manual transmissions. This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but to lots of purists, the rawness of old-school supercars can never be replaced by traction control systems and dual-clutch transmissions. The Noble M600 is considered to be one of the last raw supercars, and this rare British beast is becoming harder and harder to find, so you can imagine our surprise when we stumbled across this delivery-mileage Carbon Sport example on the Pistonheads website. The M600 was built in limited numbers, and it is thought that no more than 20 cars exist globally. It might not have the brand image of a Porsche 911 GT3 or Lotus Emira, but it's undeniably cool.

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This Noble M600 was built in 2017 and was used as the company's own show car. This example is even more special since it's an exclusive Carbon Sport version that features specialized carbon fiber panels that have been treated to Noble's ink tint that colors the actual carbon fiber. This example has been inked in British Racing Green, a perfect fit for this old-school racer. The rest of the car's carbon pieces - most notably the front splitter, roof, wing mirrors, and rear diffuser - are finished in original black carbon fiber weave. Inside this exotic machine, Noble has fitted black leather upholstery and Alcantara trimmings with exterior-matching green stitching and green carpets. There's also a ton of carbon fiber inside the cabin, and you even get bespoke Aspinal of London luggage (an $8,000 option).

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Technically, the M600 is a powerhouse: it weighs only 2,641 lbs (1,198 kg) and is powered by a Yamaha-fettled 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8. The M600 is fitted with a variable boost controller that allows the driver to select different power levels, ranging from the mid-400-horsepower range, all the way to well over 650 hp. With over 500 hp per ton, this supercar rivals the likes of the Bugatti Veyron and will dash to 60 mph in only 3 seconds. The M600 will top out at a ridiculous 225 mph. Used M600 cars tend to sell in the $225,000 range, but you can expect this gorgeous example to reach a price closer to its original asking price of $399,500. It's well worth the money in our opinion, especially with just over 300 miles on the clock.

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