My eMail : firstname.lastname@example.org 1996 Acura Comptech NSX-T (Targa) COLOR (EXT/INT): Red Black Leather InteriorI'm not interested in any type of trades. Only reason for selling; downsizing my collection. Thank you Please only serious buyers who have fundslined-up bid. No time for tire kickers or low ballers. Will entertain all"REASONABLE" offers. I purchased the NSX almost 2 years ago from a retired U.S.Army doctor. NSX had only 78k miles. I drove the NSX from Shelbyville TN toConnecticut 975 mile trip. NSX drove beautiful without any issues. I'veonly driven the NSX on nice summer sunny days. Always garaged and never abusedor tracked. Just had her serviced for new owner. New owner will not bedisappointed whatsoever. Very fun car to drive. Service done during my ownershipat 80,207 Have service records. Timing belt, water pump, valve seals, crankshaft seal, spark plugs, thermostat, coolant flush, brakeflush, oil changed Mobil 1, replaced rear tires. Service cost over $5k. Haveservice records from previous owners as well. NSX was previously, serviced byAcura of Tempe, Acura North Scottsdale, Scottsdale Acura and Mid-Engine 3.0L DOHC VTEC V6 SUPERCHARGED TRANSMISSION: 5 Speed Manual -This NSX has been highly modified Engine Upgrades, and Aero Dynamic & Ground Effects Upgrades, totaling $35,800. But thisNSX has never been Raced or Tracked. This NSX is in pristine condition. Since2007 ScienceofSpeed has performed all maintenance on this NSX. When this NSX inon the street, people take notice... This NSX is a "Scene Stealer". ENGINEUPGRADES: $16,400 All Comptech equipment installed by Acura of NSX-Targa Supercharger KitComptech / Whipple Blower Unit 1.6LW/EComptech Powergrip-2 ClutchComptech Stainless Steel HeadersComptech ShockTower Brace Rear / Cantrell Concepts Endura-
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Auto blogTue, 25 Jun 2013 17:44:00 EST
Let there be no doubt - racing automobiles can be very dangerous. This unfortunate fact of life has been proven once again today by Cody Loveland, owner of LoveFab, who crashed his Corvette-powered tube-frame Acura NSX on the second turn of the Pikes Peak hill climb course, apparently after a rear upper control arm failed. Cody hit a wall of boulders at high speed, after which the racecar caught fire.
Cody was able to escape the blaze unhurt - minus some missing hair that was singed off in the fire - but the car appears to be a complete mess, as you can see from the image above. The LoveFab Motorsports team has vowed to do its very best to rebuilt the car in time for the competition, but we'd be awfully surprised (and impressed) if that burnt-up hulk were ready for racing with just a few days to rebuild.
We're happy to hear that Cody got away safely, and here's hoping the rest of the competitors get up the hill without incident, or, like Cody, are at least able to walk away uninjured if they don't.
Bloomberg has a fascinating look into a web series that continues to be a favorite around the Autoblog offices - Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. The series, which is in its second season, sees the affable comedian picking up fellow comedians in a range of interesting cars, and having conversations with them over the drive and a cup of joe.
The piece by Bloomberg dives into the development of the series, as well as Seinfeld's tie-up with Acura, which saw the Honda-owned brand begin sponsorship this season. That relationship started not with his web series, though, but with a Super Bowl ad, alongside fellow funnyman and car enthusiast Jay Leno, that saw them competing over a new Acura NSX. Have a click over to Bloomberg for an entertaining piece that looks beyond the YouTube series. We've also wrangled Seinfeld's original Super Bowl ad for the Acura NSX, which you can see below.
Acura has announced a recall for the 2014 RLX due to improperly tightened rear suspension bolts that could come loose and increase the risk of a crash. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has yet to formally issue a recall notice for the RLX, but Acura says that a total of 7,387 RLX sedans are affected, which seems to include markets outside of the US as there have only been 4,456 of the sedans sold through November.
While there isn't an official NHTSA statement, there is one complaint on the government agency's site for a similar incident that caused a driver to almost lose control of the vehicle. Recall notices will be mailed out to customers starting next month, but in the meantime, Acura has issued a press release, which is posted below, and includes contact information that will be useful for affected RLX owners.