It's not everyday that someone takes on the daunting task of restoring an ultra-rare 1907 Spyker.
It may have started out as a coachbuilder that made a "Golden Carriage" still used by the Dutch royal family today, the original Spyker automaker shut its doors in 1926. Revived in 1999, it’s now a boutique supercar maker. But back in the day it made cars like this, a 1907 model that’s being restored by a family whose name happens to be Spyker. In fact, it’s a complete frame-up restoration and parts for it are so rare that a clutch had to be rebuilt from scratch.