Rare McLaren Turbo: 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix

The popularity of the Pontiac Grand Prix remained strong in 1988 when the car entered its sixth generation of production, this time as a front-wheel-drive coupe with a completely updated design outside.  However, the car’s standard engine didn’t provide… more»

Crashed Toy: 2019 McLaren Senna

For those with cubic dollars, we present the ultimate fixer-upper, here on Copart, this 2019 McLaren Senna. Crashed on the driver’s side with damage there and in the front, this black-on-black hypercar awaits its savior. The auction date has… more»

37k Mile Drop Top! 1990 Ford Mustang ASC McLaren

I’ve never been one to take big risks in uncharted stocks or bet the farm at a Blackjack table, but for what it’s worth, I’m feeling really good about the future of Fox-body Mustangs in the muscle car market… more»

Best Color Combo? 1989 Ford Mustang ASC McLaren

Another day, another ASC McLaren Mustang. Just a few days ago, we posted one of the last ASCs made, which stand out for their decidedly import-like Enkei wheels. I honestly haven’t seen a late-production ASC McLaren in quite some… more»

Fresh Cosmetics: 1985 Mercury Capri ASC McLaren

I wish I could say I was making this up, but we have yet another Mercury Capri ASC McLaren for sale, and this time, the color combination even matches one of the last ones we featured. Limited production or… more»

One of 47: 1985 ASC McLaren Mercury Capri

Don’t I always say we’re done seeing the ASC McLaren for a while, and then another one shows up? It really does seem to happen a lot, and I was just all hot and bothered by that red one… more»

Rare In Red: 1985 Mercury Capri ASC/McLaren

Despite being sold in very limited numbers, the ASC McLaren still seems to pop up for sale quite frequently. This example caught my eye as it’s one of the few that was painted in a color other than white… more»

1-of-1: 1995 McLaren F1

Automotive records are made to be broken, although some, it would seem, may live forever. Gordon Murray conceived the McLaren F1 to be the best and fastest Supercar ever created, and while faster production cars have since emerged, the… more»

Rare 5-Speed: 1986 ASC/McLaren Convertible

This 1986 Mercury Capri is one of the less-than-1,000 produced ASC/McLaren conversions, which featured a chopped roof and other styling and suspension tweaks to create a limited edition model with a hefty price tag premium. The example shown here… more»

Faux Race Patina: 2012 McLaren MP4-12C

This McLaren MP4-12C looks like it just finished running the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Of course, looks can be deceiving too, so a deeper dive is in order. Southhampton, New York is where you will find this 2012… more»

Fox Body Rarity: 1986 Mercury Capri ASC McLaren

If the usual assortment of Fox Body models no longer gets your blood pumping, the obscure and limited production ASC McLaren conversions could be worth a look. This one is a Mercury Capri with the soft top, and it… more»

World’s Most Expensive Bumper? McLaren Ameritech F1 Kit

Good news: for just $149,400, you can buy a slice of McLaren F1 ownership. Now, don’t get too excited – it’s not the kind that lets you drive a McLaren once a month, or even breathe on one, really…. more»

Lowest Mileage Example? ASC McLaren Grand Prix

The ASC McLaren Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo has quite a long name, but it’s also a legitimately impressive performance car (by 80s standards) that is near impossible to find today in condition like this one. It helps that this… more»

Turbocharged McLaren: 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix

One of the lesser known cars to carry one of automotive racing’s greatest names is this 1990 Pontiac. Most automotive enthusiasts will rarely see a McLaren supercar roaming the streets, let alone consider the asking price of such a… more»

Fox Body Rarity: 1986 ASC Mclaren Convertible

On the surface, these ASC McLarens should have all the trappings of an instant collector car: limited production, improved performance, interesting looks and equipment – so why aren’t they more sought after? More than that, why do so many… more»

1 Of 115: 1986 Mercury Capri ASC Coupe

A few days ago, we featured a Mercury Capri drop-top conversion performed by American Sunroof Corp. in the 80s. Less frequently seen and arguably more desirable are the Capri ASC coupes, which featured decent power and handling upgrades in… more»

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