Street-legal automobiles can be distilled down into several basic elements — seats, doors, motor, chassis, wheels — regardless of whether it's born in Italy and costs a fortune or comes from Dearborn and sells millions. But some cars are more than the sum of their basic parts. When those parts are made of exotic materials and assembled to be the ultimate publicly available road car, there's a substance that can't be replicated in a daily driver. Over 25 years later, the McLaren F1 still puts up numbers and exclusivity that rivals today's ridiculous hypercars. 64 examples were produced at $1 million each, and the one pictured here is the first ever imported into the US and is offered for sale by the original owner. A meticulous service history and 9,600 miles on the odometer show that the purpose of this car — to be driven — was realized.