McLaren Special Operations, MSO, spent eight months developing and building a group of 10 special 570S models, which were designed to emulate the look and feel of a McLaren 570S GT4 racecar in a fully road-legal package.
At its Scottsdale auction, Bonham’s is offering an outstanding example of the breed. A 1972 model, this Daytona Spider was fully restored in the 1990s. An award winner at multiple events, the Daytona is also Classiche certified by Ferrari. The pre-sale estimate is $2.4-$2.8m.
Connoisseurs of the world’s greatest racecars will be closely watching a very rare event occurring at the Scottsdale auctions this month: two Jaguar D-Types will cross the block, but at two separate sales.