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Used 2017 Pagani Huayra BC
|Exterior Color||Verde McLaren|
|Interior Color||Saddle and Green|
|Trans||7 Speed Single Clutch|
2017 Pagani Huayra BC
|Interior Color:||Saddle and Green|
|Exterior Color:||Verde McLaren|
|Trans:||7 Speed Single Clutch|
|Engine Size:||6.0 V12|
Pagani Huayra BC. The BC stands for Benny Caiola, an important Pagani customer and tribute model in which approximately 20 cars were produced. The BC features the iconic gullwing style doors, a function that will not be replicated in Pagani history. This spec, finished in a unique paint to sample color of Verde McLaren, includes highly desirable exposed carbon fiber in gold. Painted accents in gold throughout the body in addition to the traditional grey Pagani carbon fiber in its raw form. The interior is green and tan leather and green and tan Alcantara. The build itself is classic but bold in its own unique way. It is pure in its appearance and features, highlighting the iconic handmade craftsmanship that Pagani is so famous for. This model, originally owned locally by a respected supercar collector, was sold new via Miller Motorcars, Authorized Pagani dealer, World Dealer of the year in 2014 and Best US Dealer of 2018.
Sold as a highly complete example and a car very rarely seen until today. The vehicle has approximately 80 miles on the odometer and driven locally with great care. The exterior is fully protected with XPEL plastic protection on every single panel. This model will be sold with a special race box and set of wheels and tires at time of sale. The Pagani is a car that is highly collectible being that it is constructed by a manufacturer only producing approximately 45 cars per year.
Specifications - Huayra Roadster:
- Completely hand made in Modena Italy
- 800 HP
- 3000 Pounds
- Made up of 5,000 pieces (the engine is one)
- Features a carbon titanium tub
- 737 ft.lb of Torque
- 7 Speed Transmission
- Made in Modena, Italy
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