This fully refurbished race ready car has zero time since completion, everything is either new or refurbished.
1966 McLaren M1B
One of only 23 examples of the big-bore sports racer which put McLaren on the map, this car has an
impeccable European history and is currently competing to good effect in the Group 4 Championship.
Fitted with an ex-GT40 4.7 litre V8, it has been professionally race prepared and run and is ready
for more competition in Europe or America.
Offers over $100,000 $95,000 USD (Ex-UK, No VAT payable)
This is a very original unmolested F2 car with lots of potential, all the right pieces have been retained
and are ready to be refurbished.
$37,000 USD ONO
1968 McLaren M6B Can-Am
This beautiful example of the reknown McLaren Can-Am racer is fresh and ready for competition. The car has current FIA papers and should be invited to race with any group.
€195,000 Euro Firm
1969 McLaren Ferrari 312 PB "Marauder GT MKV Ferrari 512M"
The car was purchased as a partly burned project. Known history is: Handle by an insurance company in middle 80s and repairing in Sweden during 90s. There is a alu-VIN-plate witch has been rivet in the chassis but its not readable due to damage by fire. The stiff/beautifully chassis, it is a full-length monocoque carrying the engine between rearward extensions. The primary tub material is aluminum-alloy, with steel subframes front and rear. Glue and 5000 rivets are holding it all together. Fuel is carried in either side for a total capacity of 26 gallons. Suspension is all-independent, using Koni adjustable shocks. Bodywork is today all in aluminium and reconstructed from the glass fiber nosepiece of the former mounted Ferrari 312P bodywork. Powerplant is a 5-liter Weber-carbureted small block Chevy with Mouse heads. Transaxle is a 5-speed ZF. There are water and oil radiators mounted on the chassis. Water in front and oil behind both doors. Inlet air-canal through the doors and outlet-canal is in rear bodywork. All as it looks like when I brought the car. The outstanding chassis and bodywork is today ready to paint. Things to make ready before racing is: Instruments, wiring, finish engine, brakelines and safety belts.
US $48.000 FCA Copenhagen
1969 McLaren M10-A Formula 5000
This perfect example of the 1969 McLaren F5000 car has continuous history and only 4 owners from new.
Campaigned in '69 and '70 by well-known Canadian privateer Roger McCaig, it lay in a French Canadian
motor racing museum from the mid seventies to mid eighties, when it was purchased and restored to
correct original condition. Only one race on the 1993 restoration, it has been on display for the
last 5 years.
1969 McLaren M10A
1969 McLaren M10A Formula 5000,fully restored, authenticated with race history from new
US $130,000 neg
1969 McLaren M10B Formula 5000
This immaculate car was professionally restored to it's original specification. Not race prepared, it
runs but has never circulated at speed since the restoration was completed 7 yeara ago. It is completely
restored to original condition as it left McLaren, running it's original engine and transmission.
With a continuous history and verification statement from Trojan. Museum quality.
$53,000 $49,750 USD
McLaren M10B 400-05, ex Howden Ganley. Historically significant and successful car. Stunning looks and fast. Correct spec, very strong 5 Liter chevy small block with only the very best components. New clutch, new gears and dogrings. Two wheel sets with aluminum replica rims plus one original magnesium wheel set. Fully documented, including detailed engine build sheet. USD 145'000.
1970 McLaren McLaren M8C
Raced by Lothar Moschenbacher in 1970 and with continuous history this car was completely restored
in 1988 and has been little raced since. Running a 5 litre Chevy with Lucas/McKay injection and an
LG 500 it is a prime example of this definitive Can Am car. It demands an owner with skill and
$200,000 USD Offers
1996 McLaren McLaren F1 GTR 96
1996 Bigazzi works team car run for BMW Motorsport in Fina and BMW clolours.Subsequently took pole and finished 4th at the '96 Silverstone 4 Hours driven by Nelson Piquet and Steve Soper.The car has now been homologated and licensed to run on the road but maintained externally and internally as a race car
£1,200,000 United Kingdom Pounds