Discussing supercars made in the early 2000s will probably leave the Saleen S7 out, which is understandable since outside the US it is nowhere near as well-known Ferrari or a Lamborghini.
The upside is that this very fact can make it appealing to those on the lookout for a rare exotic and might be interested in one of the final Saleen S7s built that is up for grabs.
Manufactured in 2006, this example had two previous owners, who kept it under close watch rather than taking the occasional ride or (God forbid) unleash her on the drag strip – which is why its odometer indicates just 300 miles (483 km)!
It still retains its original window sticker, as well as the cover and luggage set and, since it was last serviced this May, it’s in pristine condition, waiting to be taken home by a lucky collector.
Capable of sprinting from rest to 60 mph (96 km/h) in just 2.8 seconds and up to a top speed of 248 mph (399 km/h), propelled by a Ford 750 HP V8 engine, the supercar will go under the hammer at RMSothebys auction in Michigan, on July 30, where it’s estimated to go from $650,000 to $750,000.