Item of the Week: Last week, we brought you the first “super car” from BMW. This week, we have the ultimate BMW powered car, the McLaren F1 brochure. We recently acquired this for our collection. Only 106 cars were built between 1992 and 1998. It is powered by a BMW V12 6.1 Liter engine. The F1 was the first production car to use a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis. In 1998, the F1 became the fastest production car built running at 240 mph. In 1995, the F1 won the 24 Hours of Le Mans outright – with three more F1s following in the top five spots.
A rare car and a rare brochure. This is a nice addition to our collection. This brochure shows the development of the car. Apparently it was given out to special guests who saw the unveiling of the F1 in Monaco.
To see more items in our Archives and Museum, visit our webpage http://bmwcca.pastperfect-online.com/38856cgi/mweb.exe?request=random
Currently, we have over 7,400 items listed in our database. With approximately 30,000 more items in our backroom and warehouse, it will take some time to process everything. Once a month, we will upload the database to our website. Watch our Facebook page for more featured items or check the Foundation page monthly
If you would like to contribute any BMW related item to our collection, please contact us, we would love to talk with you.