Monday, March 1, 2010

The ultimate track machines - Mclaren Mercedes SLR 722 GT

Phew (cold sweat)! I've been waiting for my dearest SLR 722 GT that suppose to be delivered last week. In case you want to know some facts about the SLR 722 GT...
An ultra-rare Mercedes-Benz McLaren SLR 722 GT racecar, one of only 21 that will be built for customers worldwide, is being offered for sale in Germany via global online luxury marketplace JamesList for about $2 million. Developed by British motor racing specialists RML Group (Ray Mallock Ltd) the "puristic super-sportscar" is not street legal, but was designed for the SLR. CLUB Trophy, a competition series forming part of the SLR. CLUB racetrack programme in Europe.

The "722" refers to the victory by Stirling Moss in a Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR with the starting number 722 at the Mille Miglia in 1955.

The car has been stripped down bare essentials controlled from a carbon fiber binnacle. New carbon fiber door panels and full roll cage complete the transformation and result in a lower weight allowing the 671 hp AMG engine to go from 0-62 mph in only 3.3 seconds. New body components such as a front apron with front splitter, wide wings, prominent side skirts, large rear diffuser and fixed rear spoiler improve aerodynamics and enhance racetrack performance.

First of all, I would like to thank Ryan & Raymond for helping me to source for this HOT item. I've contacted Spark customer service to check for the status for upcoming models. They claimed that, the S1027 are in high demand. Unfortunately, not all their clients manage to order this one in earlier batch... If you want to get this HOT model into your collection by paying less. You still have chance! Gotta be quick as limited due to limited supplies, click the link.

What a masterpiece of craftsmanship by Spark! Therefore I'll give this model 9.5/10.
You'll find out why this car deserve 9.5 soon...

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