2007 Honda S2000 Base Convertible 2-door 2.2l on 2040-cars
West New York, New Jersey, United States
Im selling my 2007 Honda s2000, unfortunately I have to sell it because I will be leaving the country end of this year.
Car has been garage kept and covered. Regular oil change every 3k miles. CARFAX available upon request. Includes basically all of its oem accessories. From its soft top leather cover, wheel locks, front oem lip, oem side skirts etc. Car is completely stock. It only has 50k miles. Soft top is in excellent condition as car is solely garage kept.
Thanks for your interest!
more pictures upon request.
Honda S2000 for Sale
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Auto blogSat, 30 Mar 2013
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