10 days! Why did this thread die out? Come on people!
The McLaren M6GT. A car that was sadly never to be. The original, Chevrolet-powered M6A was designed for Can-Am and turned out to be a total success. It was actually replaced by the M8A, while the M6B was made for people to enter Can-Am by themselves.
Later on, the name was revived for the development of a closed-cockpit racer for Le Mans which became known as the M6GT. The plan was to enter Group 4 in 1969 but sadly the tides turned against their favour and the FIA revised regulations mandating homologation - manufacturers were required to completely build 50 road going examples. McLaren simply could not meet this so the project was called off. Trojan, their partner, and McLaren only built a handful of prototypes. Two of these were later converted to road cars and one, registered OBH 500H, became Bruce McLaren's personal transport. He used it on his commute to work and to attend race meetings.
The man himself, stood next to the legendary OBH 500H.
The road legal version of the M6GT had an estimated top speed of 165mph and a zero to 100mph time of eight seconds, so one can imagine it was no slouch in race form, with it's Bartz tuned Chevrolet V8.