While the Ferrari 250s and 275s continue to dominate the record sale prices at collector car auctions around the world, the McLaren F1 appears to be gaining ground, with this pristine three-owner example expected to bring $12,000,000 to $14,000,000 at auction during this year’s Gooding & Company auction during the Monterey Car Week ahead of the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

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The only McLaren F1 to be finished in Marlboro white, this 1995 example comes complete with the original manual, tool kit, and fitted luggage—and it has only 1,004 miles on the odometer. It’s practically brand new.

An extensive service by McLaren in 2008 freshened all of the things that age whether a 20-year-old car is driven or not, ensuring that the 627-horsepower, 6.0-liter V-12 engine is ready and waiting for its new owner—even though it will probably end up right back in storage somewhere.

Stay tuned for more Pebble Beach week coverage as we prepare to head out and don our finest golf wear to ogle some of the most amazing cars in the universe.