As we first reported a few weeks back, Wiesmann, the maker of the retro-styled MF series of roadsters and coupes, is ending production of its Roadster MF3, a car that has been around for the last 18 years.

In honor of the milestone, Wiesmann has teamed up with fellow German firm Sieger, a specialist in design and lifestyle products, to bring out a special edition Roadster MF3 for each of the years the car was in production.

At the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show this week, Wiesmann showed off the first of the 18 planned special edition Roadster MF3s.

Powering the car is a 3.2-liter straight-six from the previous generation M3. Rated at 343 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque, the legendary engine is no longer available, and thus, neither will the Roadster MF3 after the last of these special edition models are sold.

Enjoy our live photos, and then click here to see what else the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show has to offer.