After a lengthy but small production run, the Spyker C8 Aileron is getting a three-car sendoff.

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Each of the three cars receive special motorsports-derived bodywork and paint schemes

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Spyker is known for having some of the industry's richest and most painstakingly crafted cabins in the business. 

This one looks surprisingly restrained color-wise, but don't forget to check out the exposed gearshift mechanism.

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Large aluminum ductwork and wider finders are part of the LM85's defining features.

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The LM85 is powered by a supercharged 4.2-liter V8 sourced from Audi.

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The C8 is built in Zeewolde, in The Netherlands. How many cars can say that?

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Spyker went endurance racing from 2002 to 2010 in flashy style, but never really came away with much to show for it.

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Founded in 1999, Spyker cars is actually named after a much older marque.

This is a record-setting 1922 Spyker C4.

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Note the aluminum bodywork's distinctive rivets.

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Keep clicking or swiping through for more images of the C8 Aileron LM85.

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