The catalog is now live for Broad Arrow Auctions’ inaugural Amelia Island auction happening March 4 —and it includes some spectacular late additions to the event. New for 2023, Broad Arrow’s The Amelia Auction is now the official sale of The Amelia, and it will set up shop at the Ritz Carlton, Amelia Island, where more than 100 collector cars will cross the block.
Among these final consignments are three carbon fiber-clad, limited-edition McLaren supercars, all from the same owner. The first is a 2015 McLaren P1 with just 130 delivery miles on the odometer. The 903-hp machine is one-of-a-kind featuring the MSO stage two tuning with dynamic wing control and over $400k in options. A prominent fixture at the Petersen Museum, one of the car’s many extravagant options is the heat shield made of 24-carat gold.
Up next is one of the most exclusive offerings from the British manufacturer — a 2016 McLaren MSO HS. Just 25 of the MSO HS — for High Sport — models were produced, all of which were delivered to the company’s most important clients and were built specially to each owner’s specifications. The car offered by Broad Arrow is one of seven delivered to the U.S. and was ordered with some $300k in options. Of those, the most notable is the striking exposed carbon fiber bodywork. Like the P1, this MSO HS has been driven little with only 75 miles noted at the time of cataloging.
The final member of the trio is a 2019 McLaren Senna. Completed to an identical specification to that of the MSO HS, the Senna wears Full Visual Gloss Fiber bodywork. It too, was ordered with $300k in options and is fitted with a 24-carat gold heat shield like the P1. Of the 500 Sennas produced, the example headed to Amelia Island is one of the most highly-specified cars to be offered recently.
Further supercars crossing the auction block at The Amelia Auction are a 1987 Porsche 959 Komfort and a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. Also consigned is a Carbon Series 2021 Ford GT with 671 miles, a 2006 Ford GTX1 with Genaddi Design Group’s X1 targa-roof conversion and a one-of-27 1991 Jaguar XJR-15.
Check out the available lots in Amelia Island here…
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