Considering that the last one that went up for sale ended up fetching $13.75 million, it's a fairly momentous occasion whenever a McLaren F1 is ready to change owners, especially when it's in pristine condition with just 2,800 miles on the clock. Bearing chassis number 069, the model was built in 1998, meaning it's one of the last road-going examples to be produced. According to McLaren, the car is original down to the correct numbered McLaren F1 book, as well as a limited edition owner's watch presented on delivery. Like all F1s, the car packs a mid-mounted 6.1-liter V-12, good for 627 horsepower and a top speed of 241 mph, which wouldn't be topped until the arrival of the Bugatti Veyron more than a decade later. The car is up for sale on behalf of its owner by McLaren Special Operations.