Back in 2009, Mercedes decided to make a special edition SLR McLaren called the Stirling Moss, meant to commemorate the driver of the same name who won several titles driving Mercedes race cars. Only 75 examples exist, and this one is for sale. The twist? Well, as you can see, whoever owned this car seemed to really like Stirling Moss.
The previous owner decided to dedicate the exterior of this particular Stirling Moss to the man himself, grafting on a mural to the hood and either side of the car with images of Moss and his race cars, along with "722" logos to commemorate the number used on Moss's 300SL during the 1955 Mille Miglia.
Instead of removing the livery before the sale, the United Arab Emirates-based seller decided to leave it on, which is, uh, an interesting choice, depending on your tastes. Still, that 650-horsepower supercharged V8 is still included, as are the original cockpit cover panels, wheels, trickle charger, tools, hats, and goggles.
The seller is for the car, but if you're really not into the artwork, there's also that's about $700,000 more expensive.