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    Was the 4,400 mile one posted here? I can't remember.

    It sold on eBay for $32,900. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1993-Toyota...torefresh=true

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    That's nice, but then it would feel like sacrilege to do ANY modifications to it
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    I like that they at least put chains on the rear tires.

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    This Brand-New Dandelion Yellow McLaren F1 Still Wears Its Plastic Seat Covers

    Quote Originally Posted by Petrolicious.com
    Everything is here, including the pieces you didn’t know came with the car when new: the gold-plated titanium tool set that travels with the car; the additional Facom tool chest that doesn’t (unless you drive with a support car in tow, which if you have the bankroll to call on the price of this F1, it’s not unlikely); the still-sealed collection of luggage; the special edition TAG Heuer watch engraved with the car’s chassis number (060); and a number of other goodies including those as wonderfully nuanced as an unopened strip of windscreen film.

    The original Japanese owner also ordered the car with a number of interesting spares, including an LM-style exhaust and a GTR-style steering wheel, and optioned it with desirable pieces like a carbon driver’s seat and color-matched interior trim pieces. As if the car could further elevate its status as the ultimate road-going F1, it also bears on its rear flank the hand-painted signature of the man responsible for its conception and design, Gordon Murray.

    You couldn’t conceive of a better F1 to represent the model.
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    I notice in the build book it note RHD. I wonder what the McLaren had to change LHD vs RHD. I'm think headlight beam, and maybe stalk on the steering column.

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    Shifter? or is it like a fighter jet with the stick between your legs

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