In the world of F1 there are very few constants however, one rising to the top is the fact that anything that has to do with Formula 1 is ruinously expensive. The cars, the drivers, every little part is expensive enough to make us normal folk cry. Example, Sebastian Vettel famously retired from the Japanese Grand Prix due to a faulty spark plug. You can run down to your local autoparts store and pick up a spark plug for under $10, the plug in Vettel’s Ferrari costs nearly $80. Nothing in F1 is cheap which brings me to this curious listing on racecarsdirect.com.
The item for sale is a V10 Mugen-Honda MF-351 used in Formula 1 in 1993/94. That is an honest to goodness howling V10 from one of F1’s most glorious eras. Literally every F1 fan has been begging for the sport to return to the V10 era and now you, joe nobody can buy this engine for €10,000 ($11,826) Sure that is a lot of coin to drop on an engine, but this is an F1 engine from the best sounding era in the sport’s history. Surly these engines must be more expensive than this.
The listing is as tempting as it is vague. There are next to no details on the engine, or any of the components that come with purchase of the engine. So proceed with caution, it could be missing parts that could drive the price up. But at the end of the day we are looking at a V10 F1 engine for sale for less than $12K. If you are an enterprising builder of cars and you are looking to put something a bit different into your next build, I implore you on behalf of literally everyone, please consider this engine!!
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