McLaren Still Houses Plenty of Spare Parts for Your F1 Road Car
MSO has your back.
In a perfect world, even the most high-strung supercars would run without issues. That's not the case for pretty much every classic exotic owner. To solve that problem, McLaren's Special Operations team has compiled a warehouse full of spare parts for the legendary F1 supercar, making sure its customers have full support at all times.
This long list of replacement parts ranges from body panels to tedious suspension parts, even including complete BMW V12 engines, should yours break down. MSO can send you brand new equipment that matches the exact specification of the original part, doing away with your worries of never being able to drive your damaged supercar again.
McLaren is even offering new performance parts to revamp your F1 for the 21st century, providing customers with Xenon headlights and a lightweight sports exhaust to let the 241 MPH machine sing.
As for pricing, you'll have to get a hold of McLaren. They won't release many specifics on part or repair costs, but expect to fork over a chunk o' change for these genuine OEM pieces.
It's easy to contact MSO through phone or email, so customers shouldn't have much trouble ordering their parts. Major services should be performed at the McLaren factory in Woking, England, but other repairs can be done right here in the United States. There is an official F1 service center that will soon be moving to McLaren Philadelphia, so American owners will have that convenience as well.
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