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No doubt about it, exclusivity is one of the most highly prized things in the car world. Limited production runs are a cast-iron guarantee of desirability. And you don't get much more limited than just the one example. One-offs are, by definition, the rarest of the rare. But to own the ultimate - a car that no-one else has - you'll have to have the very sympathetic ear of someone extremely important indeed within a car company.
McLaren's Special Operations department has created this one-off for a special customer residing in the Middle East. It's called the McLaren X-1 and was created to the customer's exacting spec, debuting at Pebble Beach before being shipped to sit in his collection. Reportedly it was sold for $7m.
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People all over the country are making unique cars in there garages and you dont need to spend millions to do it.
I have just finshed a Toyota Mr2 mk1 engine conversion by putting in a Alfa 3.0 v6.
it was all done in my garage at home.
I have a unique Mini Cooper S Conv they only 100,000 how come you didnt feature it ?
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