McLaren announced this week that it has opened its North American McLaren F1 Service Center, located at "a remote site" in Pennsylvania.   

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It is only the second authorized F1 service facility outside of the UK.   

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The car requires an annual service that includes a full inspection of the suspension, along with your standard fluid and filter swaps.    

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There's also a "shakedown" component that'll have your car blasting down a test track or closed runway in order to ensure the car performs as expected.    

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Every other annual inspection also requires a full brake service, vehicle alignment, air-conditioning and coolant services.    

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Every five years, McLaren will want to replace the fuel tank, which is a laborious task that requires the removal of the entire powertrain (seen here).    

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The car's value is somewhere in the seven- to eight-figure range, so it's worth it, I'd venture.    

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This won't be the only McLaren F1 service center in the US. McLaren claims a second one, located on the west coast, will come online "in the future."

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McLaren never actually imported the F1 to the United States when it was originally on sale, but the company believes there are approximately 20 of 'em in the US.   

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Keep on scrolling to check out even more pictures of one of the world's most legendary sports cars in various states of disassembly.

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