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

US $13,999.00
Year:2003 Mileage:84000

Dayton, New Jersey, United States

Dayton, New Jersey, United States

Hey all. So I'm finally putting my S2000 up for sale. It's wrapped in matte white using the high end 3M vinyl wrap done professionally and it looks amazing. Underneath the wrap it's the rare Suzuka blue paint with the blue leather interior, this is a very rare combination to find. Besides the wrap the only modifications to the car are the titanium NRG shift knob and the custom built sub and amp (doesn't take up any space) and upgraded sound system which is very nice to have since you can stream music directly through the bluetooth on your phone and you can take phone calls through the audio. It's very convenient. Also the windows are tinted, it was done at the same shop that did the wrap for me. These are the very high end tints that go all the way to edge of the window and don't show a line.

It has very low miles only 84k miles and is in excellent practically mint condition,. Clean title in hand, no liens and no issues. I'm not sure if the vehicle report even shows this but the car has had one very minor accident previously but it was just a small fender bender nothing big at all. Even if the report doesn't show it I wanted to mention this for the buyers peace of mind. The motor is solid and runs as it should, the transmission shifts smooth and easily, the soft top has the glass with the defroster and it's a new top so there are no tears and it doesn't leak at all. There is a viper alarm system installed to the car. OEM front lip and HID headlights. Everything in this car works as it should and there is not a single issue with it. Oil changed with synthetic oil regularly and on time every 5k miles. Just for my piece of mind I had a Honda tech at the dealership check out the whole car and he couldn't find a single issue, no burning oil nothing at all.

For the right price I'll also throw in a second set of wheels I have. AP2 V2 wheels with almost new tires. I'm in no rush to sell this beauty so please don't give me any low ball offers I do still love the car but I could really use the money elsewhere. Feel free to text or call me with any questions or offers 973-954-0982. Also I prefer to deal with the buyer in person so I would rather this be a local sale. If it does get sold to a buyer who will be having this shipped then the shipping is on you to pay for and arrange, and I will require full payment before it gets shipped and enough time for the bank to clear the funds. Thanks for looking and good luck!

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