Collecting Cars Gives 2006 Spyker C8 Spyder

A stunning low mileage exotic Dutch sports car, a 2006 Spyker C8 Spyder, was recently offered by Collecting Cars through its global online auction platform.

This C8 Spyder has a perfectly groomed black finish, which recently received a custom PPF application all over the body and ceramic coating. It matches an equally maintained black quilted leather interior that has machine-turned aluminum accents. Notable design features on the exterior include polished side intake scoops, scissor doors, and a clamshell front cover. The model also sports “Aeroblade” wheels inspired by the brand’s aeronautical heritage. It has an aluminum frame with Koni shocks and Eibach springs.

Under the hood is a center-mounted Audi 4.2-liter V8 that sends 400bhp to the rear wheels, mated to a six-speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential.

Comfort features in the example include air conditioning, adjustable pedal and steering column, aluminum pedals, exposed shift linkage suspended above the center console. It has recently benefited from a hand polishing of aluminum on the interior trims, while the interior leather parts have been thoroughly cleaned and protected.

There is no known damage on the example and it is said to be completely original. His most recent service was in March 2020 when Chris Mora from Southern California was asked to provide out-of-service engine service in which he replaced the belts, tensioner and idler pulleys, thermostat, pump. water, brake fluid, spark plugs, ignition coils, valve cover gaskets, transmission fluid, oil filter, air filter and camshaft seals.

The best part about this example is that it’s virtually unused, showing just 9,333 miles on the odometer.

The sale will come with its original tool kit, owner’s manuals and latest maintenance records.

At the time of writing, the 2006 Spyker C8 Spyder has a bid of $ 34,250, with sale ending January 6, 2022.

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