Engine:3.0L 2977CC V6 GAS DOHC Naturally Aspirated
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Black
Number of Cylinders: 6
Trim: Base Coupe 2-Door
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Drive Type: RWD
Exterior Color: Red
For sale is my 1991 Acura NSX in fantastic shape. Car has never been in an accident, has had no bodywork or any issues whatsoever. With the new addition of my first child, I no longer get to drive the car as often as I'd like and I'd like to see it go to somebody who can both use it, and treasure it as I did.
The car has very low mileage with a documented history, including all records from bill of sale, to the original brochure and laminated window sticker. This NSX is Serial Number 221 of the first year of production. This NSX is an early production car, but was assembled after the serial number range of cars with the transmission snap-ring concern.
A few things about this car:
New “Alex Zanardi” floor and trunk mats, as well as the originals
and a car cover. Lovingly cared for and preserved by 3 owners.
The car was inspected by a certified NSX mechanic at the local Acura
dealership and deemed exceptional in every way.
Your chance to own one of the finest made cars in existence with no
stories and ultra low mileage. I will detail the car before shipping, and will gladly help with any shipping arrangements.
Please contact me with any additional questions. Thank you for looking and good luck. If you'd like to get it inspected, I welcome this and can recommend a few people that come highly recommended through experience and from NSX Prime Forum.
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Auto blogFri, 31 May 2013 11:57:00 EST
Refinement Rather Than Revolution
Before we get into the meat and potatoes of the 2014 Acura MDX, let's pause for just a moment and talk about the current, still-sitting-at-dealerships 2013 model. It's a pretty good machine. Perhaps guilty only of falling to the backburners of our minds in recent years because, well, the old girl's not gotten any younger. But every time we drove this second-generation MDX, our thoughts were the same - good to drive, pleasant to sit in and a pretty decent value.
Acura's customers felt the same way, and so when it came time to design and engineer the third-generation MDX, the vehicle's formula wasn't shaken up at all. Despite the fact that it uses a brand-new platform and offers a host of upgrades, the key points addressed by the company's engineers were the specific requests of customers and shoppers in the segment - changes that amounted to nothing radical. After all, if it ain't broke, don't fix it.
The Acura NSX might be one of the most important Japanese cars ever created. The Land of the Rising Sun had already established that it could make very competent performance vehicles when the NSX debuted in 1989, but Honda's two-seater was the first one that looked to the world like a true contender against Ferrari and Porsche, thanks to its cutting-edge technology. The Acura had an all-aluminum monocoque chassis, a beautifully low-slung body and a quick-revving V6 with an 8,000-rpm redline. This quintessential Japanese sports coupe celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and Autoweek recognizes it in a fantastic piece chronicling the model's US launch.
The story begins in February 1989 at the Chicago Motor Show where the car debuted. The day before the show opened, the concept still didn't have a name. The Japanese development team referred to it as New Sports, and the American Acura executives decided to add eXperimental to the end. The moniker NSX just stuck afterwards.
The article paints a fantastic portrait of the car and the company at the time. Honda had something to prove with the NSX. To succeed, the coupe had to be the best, and when the American press finally got a hold of it, they drowned it in accolades. Of course, Acura has a new American-built NSX on the way, and it has colossal legacy to live up to. This piece is definitely worth reading to understand why.
Acura's achingly slow showing of the new, hybrid NSX saw yet another step yesterday, as we reported late last week. A powder-blue prototype ran ahead of the open-wheelers at the Honda Indy 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Why show the NSX Prototype at Mid-Ohio? Honda's Ohio research and development center, which has taken the lead on NSX development, is just 60 miles from the track. And as race sponsor, Honda must have figured it would give the spectators a glimpse of the new supercar it's been teasing for the better part of a decade.
With a planned launch in 2015 (special emphasis on the "planned" part, considering the NSX's history), the NSX Prototype shown here sports graphics that "speak to Acura's intention to go racing with the new NSX." That's great news for fans of endurance racing, although it remains to be seen when a motorsports program for the new NSX will get off the ground.
Take a look at the fresh gallery of images, and be sure to head over to our original Mid-Ohio post for the video footage of the NSX Prototype on track.