Car collectors beware -- this one is here to steal your heart and all your cash.

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This McLaren F1 has chassis No. 069, and it's only one of six F1s to be completed in 1998.

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No. 069 is the 60th model to be hand-built at Macca's factory in Woking, England.

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It's being sold by McLaren Special Operations on behalf of a private customer.

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The car sports a black-on-black motif, save for some splashes of red leather and the requisite gold foil in the engine bay.

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We're not sure how much it costs, because the price is only being offered upon application.

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That said, another F1 with some tweaks and higher mileage recently sold for $13.75 million.

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Do they offer 100-year loans for pieces of automotive history?

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You'll also receive fitted luggage, a titanium toolkit with toolbox, all of its books and a limited-edition owner's watch with your purchase.

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I hope the person that buys this actually takes it out and enjoys it like McLaren intended.

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