Se fabricaron 7 unidades pero 1 ya se destruyó, 2014 Falcon F7 Michigan-Built Supercar, #3 of 7 Built, 6-Speed Manual, ~3,300 Miles https://carsandbids.com/auctions/9XabQXpp/2014-falcon-f7 Highlights THIS... is a 2014 Falcon F7, finished in red with a black and tan leather interior. The attached AutoCheck history report lists no accidents in this F7's past. Designed and-assembled near Detroit, and priced at around $250,000 new, this F7 is equipped with 20-inch wheels, a removable roof panel, sport seats, a Kenwood CD player, and a JBL sound system, among other features. The seller reports no modifications. Falcon built 7 units of the F7, according to the seller, though 1 was destroyed so there are 6 left. This car is number 3. This F7 was displayed at the 2014 installment of the Detroit auto show. It also starred in the 19th episode of How it's Made: Dream Cars season 2 that aired in March 2015. Falcon Motorsport has serviced this F7 since it was new, according to the seller. He adds that the clutch and an axle shaft were recently replaced and that the engine was retuned. Jeff Lemke founded Falcon Motorsports to represent America at the supercar table. Its first car, the F7, made its debut in 2012 with a head-turning design, weight-saving materials like aluminum, carbon fiber and Kevlar, and a mid-mounted V8 engine. It weighs about 2,800 pounds, and Falcon pegged its top speed at over 200 mph. Power for this F7 comes from a naturally-aspirated 7.0-liter V8 engine, which produces 620 horsepower and 585 lb-ft of torque. Borrowed from the Chevrolet Corvette Z06, and tuned by Lingenfelter, it spins the rear wheels via a gated 6-speed manual transmission. Equipment 20-inch Forgeline wheels Penske coilover pushrod suspension system Fog lights Removable roof panel Leather upholstery Sport seats Air conditioning Kenwood CD player JBL sound system Dashboard-mounted iPad Known Flaws Carbon fiber front splitter damaged Chip on the front bumper Paint bubble on the hood Cracking paint on the driver-side mirror cap and on the rear decklid Wear near the driver-side door handle Paint flaking from the mesh around the exhaust tips Rear-view mirror turning opaque Recent Service History The seller states the clutch and an axle shaft were replaced in the last few hundred miles. He adds that the engine was recently retuned, too, and that the work was performed by Falcon Motorsport, but documentation is not available. Ownership History The seller states this F7 has been in his family since it was new, and that he's selling it on behalf of his father. He adds that it has often been used as a show car by the manufacturer.