The Saleen S7 was conceived as something of an American McLaren F1 — a mid-engined, V8-powered supercar for the road and the track. The S7 made a name for itself in international endurance racing, culminating with a class win at Le Mans in 2010. In 2017, Saleen relaunched the S7 with S7 LM, featuring an upgraded twin-turbocharged big-block V8 rated at 1,300 horsepower on racing fuel, or 1,000 with 91 octane pump gas. The example here was completed in 2018 and has only 300 miles since being delivered. Along with the massive increase in power, six-piston racing brakes, forged centerlock wheels, and a digital dash with customizable display are all standard. Only seven S7 LMs were built, making it the pinnacle of an already rare American icon.