One of the world’s rarest supercars will go under the auctioneers’ hammer at Aston Barclay Group’s Chelmsford centre later this month.
The Group has been called upon to auction a Spyker C8 Spyder which sells for more than £195,000 when new. Registered in 2007, this car is number 175 of 250 ever built, it has covered less than 5,000 miles and is capable of 0-62mph in little over four seconds and has a 190mph top speed.
David Scarborough, Aston Barclay’s Commercial Director, said: “Outside of the classic car sector, Spyker Spyders are arguably among the rarest cars on the planet. It is a sublime example and has been maintained to the highest standards.”
He added: “Spykers scarcely come to auction here in the UK so, for Aston Barclay, auctioning such a fine example is undoubtedly a coup; it’s the automotive equivalent of auctioning a fine masterpiece.”
The Spyker Spyder will be included in Aston Barclay Chelmsford’s regular Wednesday sale commencing at 10.30am on March 21.
One of the world’s rarest supercars… the Spyker Spyder being auctioned by Aston Barclay.
A Spyker Spyder promotional picture sourced from Spyker’s National News Website