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post #1 of 42 Old 07-07-2014, 05:31 AM Thread Starter
 
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Please sell one

Anyone. C'mon just list one for our dreams.

Groovy baby!
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The owner of Park Place will let his Silver one go for 2.5M+. At least that what he joked...
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I wouldn't sell mine for $2.5M.
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I wouldn't sell mine for $2.5M.
I get the feeling most P1 owners would say the same.
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I wouldn't sell mine for $2.5M.
I wouldn't ether..
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I remember at an event a gentleman got a serious on the spot walk up offer for $2M for his. He said no though.
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McLaren of San Francisco has a beautiful one for sale at 1.8 million
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Yeah there are a handful of US cars listed on the net, most listed around $2-2.1M. One on cars.com for $1.859M. All just asking price of course, but it seems to be reasonable.

I wonder what the round trip cost would be to MSO to have the car redone....
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Yeah there are a handful of US cars listed on the net, most listed around $2-2.1M. One on cars.com for $1.859M. All just asking price of course, but it seems to be reasonable.

I wonder what the round trip cost would be to MSO to have the car redone....
I wonder the same thing. Buy the "cheapest" one then send it too MSO too be redone to your liking would be smart.
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I wonder the same thing. Buy the "cheapest" one then send it too MSO too be redone to your liking would be smart.
I wonder what the cost would be instead to send over a few of MSO's finest w/ a few trunks of tools/bits/materials to redeaux an interior? And for exterior refinish, would one of the North American McLaren service/repair centers that support the F1 be possible?

Not that there is anything wrong w/ a P1 getting frequent-flyer miles!

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try McLaren of San Francisco where the P1 is for sale, call the service manager ,Dan 1-650-815-4472, I think your wishes may come true in knowing anything is possible. They are told to have the most elite mechanic in the whole USA. they also had a 657LT there already over a month ago
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try McLaren of San Francisco where the P1 is for sale, call the service manager ,Dan 1-650-815-4472, I think your wishes may come true in knowing anything is possible. They are told to have the most elite mechanic in the whole USA. they also had a 657LT there already over a month ago
Is it the matte gray one? i saw that on reddit.
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I wouldn't sell mine for $2.5M.
Agree 100%

After spending a lot of time in the P1, makes the 650S feel like a Lotus!

Simply nothing like P1 on the planet!

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