Designed as the ultimate road car, the McLaren F1 still puts up impressive numbers 25 years after its debut. Even though it was made for the street, the F1 took home an overall victory in the 1995 24 Hours of Le Mans. This McLaren F1 was delivered in stock configuration in 1998. But instead of taking it home, the first owner kept the car at McLaren's shop in Woking, having all upgrades performed at the factory — and there are some substantial upgrades. The V12 was upgraded to the LM-spec used by the racing F1's, making 680 horsepower. The bodywork was changed to the Extra High Downforce package with orange metallic paint. With only 3,700 miles on the odometer, this McLaren F1 is the best of the best.