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McLaren F1 – You wait ages for one, and then 21 turn up.

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A meeting of 21 McLaren F1s. Click for bigger photo The McLaren F1 is arguably the greatest car ever built. Many would disagree РJeremy Clarkson being one Рbut many see the F1 as the pinnacle of motoring perfection.

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