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2003 Honda S2000 Base Convertible 2-door 2.0l on 2040-cars

US $19,000.00
Year:2003 Mileage:42347
Location:

Summerville, South Carolina, United States

Summerville, South Carolina, United States

 The Honda S2000 has been described as "the Super-bike of roadsters".  At 2800 pounds, 240HP (stock), and perfect 50/50 weight distribution, it' very, very fast, and it corners like it's on rails.

This is a low-miles, garage-kept (until recently) S2000 in Good to Very Good condition.

Second Owner, purchased at 23K miles.

Maintained with Royal Purple lubricants. Engine oil changed every 3K miles.

Seats are perfect, and have been covered with Wet Okole Neoprene Seat Covers since about 23K miles.

The top is perfect with no tears or holes.

Invidia N1 70mm Stainless Exhaust system

AEM 21-504 Cold Air intake


Never been in an accident.

This is an all-around fun car to drive either as a weekend toy, or a daily driver.

I'm selling it because I've got a garage full of motorcycles, and more toys than I have time for. 

KBB value is $18,998.

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