The first McLaren F1 GTR Longtail appeared on saleMarch 28, 2020
The British company Tom Hartley JNR announced the sale of its debut instance of 10 presented McLaren F1 GTR Longtail supercars.
The McLaren F1 circulation was only 106 units, 65 of them were simple road variations, 5 – LM cars for racing at Le Mans, 3 – GT cars for the same race, 5 – XP concepts, 28 – GTR racing variations and one – XP concept LM
The car began to be manufactured in 1992, and production ceased in 1998, while in 2000 – 2001 the company improved 2 road F1s to the LM variation. The appearance of the F1 GTR Longtail variation occurred in 1997 after 3 road variants of the F1 GT were modernized.
The black car for sale has yellow-pink airbrushing on the body and has a chassis number of 19R. A special book is attached to the car, which described in detail the history of the model and listed all the stages of turning it into a car for ordinary roads.
The car has a 6.0 liter V12 power unit from BMW under the hood with 600 horsepower, with which the X-Trac 6-speed sequential gearbox operates.
Outside, the “long-tailed” variation is distinguished by the presence of an aerodynamic body kit designed to increase downforce.
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