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The ‘F1’ License Plate is for Sale at a whopping $20 Million

The famed ‘F1’ license plate is on sale again. This time around, its current owner, Afzal Kahn who himself bought it for $619,771 has listed the plate on regtransfer.co.uk for no less than £12,009,995 ($16,96,918 at current exchange rates). Add in the required £16.66 transfer service fee, 20 percent VAT of £2,402,002, and £80 DVLA transfer fee, and you’re looking at the equivalent of $20,300,443. For the same amount of money, you can buy 10 Bugatti Veyrons or six and a half LaFerraris or for that matter, an actual McLaren F1. Afzal…

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McLaren F1 sells for a Record Price of $15.62 million at Auction

A pristine McLaren F1 just sold for a record price of $15.62 million at Pebble Beach. It was the first McLaren F1 in the US and has been owned by a single person. The price includes a 10 percent buyer’s fee. Still, with a price tag of $14.2 million, it is the most expensive McLaren F1 ever sold. The owner bought it fresh off the factory in 1996 and it’s the 37th chassis. It is 1 of 7 McLaren F1s homologated for the US. It has its original silver paint…

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McLaren F1 maintenance cost McLaren Videos 

Replacing the Tires on a McLaren F1 Costs $50,000!

Supercar ownership can be expensive. Even the regular service bills of a Ferrari or Lamborghini could go in thousands. Maintaining an exotic can easily burn a hole in your pocket but have you ever wondered how much it costs to maintain a $10 million-plus McLaren F1? Bruce Weiner is an entrepreneur based in Atlanta. He has a collection supercars and has in the past owned a 1994 McLaren F1. It had received a full service when he bought the car and even the consumables like the tires were in good condition….

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McLaren Hyper-GT-BP23-Supercar-Rendering McLaren News 

McLaren Hyper-GT to have more than 1000 Horesepower?

All eyes were on the McLaren 720S as it was launched at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Behind the scenes, Autocar sat down with McLaren boss Mike Flewitt to know more about the McLaren Hyper-GT. So, here’s what we know so far. The McLaren Hyper-GT will be an exclusive supercar that will sit above the Ultimate Series. It will be a homage to the legendary F1 and will offer a three-seat layout like the iconic supercar. That said, McLaren does maintain that the Hyper-GT will be less of a track…

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