1991 Honda NSX
SOLD FOR $45,000
The development of the NSX started with a not so well known prototype called the Honda Pininfarina eXperimental, abbreviated as the HP-X. It was a wild design for the day, and completely futuristic. The car featured no doors; entry was made by lifting the roof of the car. But all of this lead to the development of the NSX that is much loved by today’s car collectors. The NSX is a mid-engine two-seater sports car that was developed to compete with other “supercars” of the day like Ferrari and Porsche. When it was released in 1990 it was fitted with a transversely mounted 3.0-liter engine that could be paired to a five-speed manual transmission or a four-speed automatic transmission. The naturally aspirated, VTEC equipped, engine was capable of producing 270 horsepower with a top speed of 168-mph.
The 1990 Honda NSX offered here is right-hand-drive and powered by the factory 3.0-liter engine that is paired to a four-speed automatic transmission. The car is adorned with power steering, brakes, windows; air conditioning and a radio. The exterior is finished nicely with red paint over an inviting black leather interior. Completing the NSX is the owner's manual, which is in Japanese, and a desirable Titanium NSX key.
Included with this NSX is a JEVIC Odometer Certificate of Verification which is issued by the Japan Export Vehicle Inspection Center Company. The verification was conducted on the 1st of June, 2016. The certificate was issued on the 6th of June, 2016. The odometer reading stated on the certificate is 47,808 kilometers.
This NSX has had a recent engine out service which included a new timing belt, water pump, spark plugs, hoses, gaskets and seals. The car also has fresh fluids, a new air conditioning compressor and new tires.