1990

Honda

NSX

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ENGINE
V6 - 3.0 Liter
transmission
Automatic - 4 Speed
mileage
49000
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N/A (Exempt)
vehicle location
Buford, GA
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$49,500 USD
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1990 Honda NSX

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Very rare first year produced under the Honda name (later to become the Acura brand), This right-hand-drive, 49,000 actual miles, red exterior over a black leather interior, 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission, new wheels and tires and recently had an engine-out service which included a new timing belt, water pump, spark plugs, hoses, gaskets and seals. It also received fresh fluids and a new air conditioner. Still has the original spare tire that has never been on the ground! Lot’s of early-build prototypical unique features. This highly polished and detailed car also includes a titanium NSX key.

The NSX made its first public appearances in 1989, at the Chicago Auto Show in February and at the Tokyo Motor Show in October of that year, receiving positive reviews. Honda revised the car's name from NS-X to NSX before commencement of production and sales. The NSX went on sale in Japan in 1990 at Honda Verno dealership sales channels, supplanting the Prelude as the flagship model. The NSX was sold under Honda's Acura luxury brand starting in November 1990 in North America and Hong Kong.

Upon its official debut, the NSX design concept showcased Honda's technology, measuring only 1,170 mm (46 in) in height, making it only 141.3 mm (5.56 in) taller than the Ford GT40, a GT racing car designed and funded solely to win at LeMans.

The Japanese car maker's race track innovations and competitive history were further exemplified on the road by the NSX's ultra-rigid and ultra-light all aluminum monocoque chassis along with front and rear double wishbone suspension, with forged control arms connected to forged alloy wheels. The car additionally boasted the world's first production car engine with titanium connecting rods, forged pistons, and ultra high-revving capabilities – the redline was at 8,300 rpm – all traits usually associated with track and race engineered cars.

The NSX's exterior had a dedicated 23-step paint process, including an aircraft type chromate coating designed for chemically protecting the aluminium bodywork and a waterborne paint for the base coat to achieve a clearer, more vivid top color and a smoother surface finish.

The car's chassis rigidity and cornering/handling capabilities were the results of Formula One driver Ayrton Senna's consultation with NSX's chief engineers while testing the NSX prototype at Honda's Suzuka Circuit during its final development. The NSX was initially assembled at the purpose-built Takanezawa R&D Plant in Tochigi from 1989 to early 2004, when it was moved to Suzuka Plant for the remainder of its production life. The cars were assembled by approximately 200 of Honda's highest-skilled and most experienced personnel, a team of hand-picked staff with a minimum of ten years assembly experience employed from various other Honda facilities to run the NSX operation.

Production of the first generation of the NSX ended on November 30, 2005.

Interesting article about the development of the NSX.

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1990
Honda
NSX

$49,500 USD

Engine
V6 - 3.0 Liter
Transmission
Automatic - 4 Speed
Mileage
N/A (EXEMPT)
49000
N/A (EXEMPT)
LOCATION
Buford, GA
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Very rare first year produced under the Honda name (later to become the Acura brand), This right-hand-drive, 49,000 actual miles, red exterior over a black leather interior, 3.0-liter 6-cylinder engine and a 4-speed automatic transmission, new wheels and tires and recently had an engine-out service which included a new timing belt, water pump, spark plugs, hoses, gaskets and seals. It also received fresh fluids and a new air conditioner. Still has the original spare tire that has never been on the ground! Lot’s of early-build prototypical unique features. This highly polished and detailed car also includes a titanium NSX key.

The NSX made its first public appearances in 1989, at the Chicago Auto Show in February and at the Tokyo Motor Show in October of that year, receiving positive reviews. Honda revised the car's name from NS-X to NSX before commencement of production and sales. The NSX went on sale in Japan in 1990 at Honda Verno dealership sales channels, supplanting the Prelude as the flagship model. The NSX was sold under Honda's Acura luxury brand starting in November 1990 in North America and Hong Kong.

Upon its official debut, the NSX design concept showcased Honda's technology, measuring only 1,170 mm (46 in) in height, making it only 141.3 mm (5.56 in) taller than the Ford GT40, a GT racing car designed and funded solely to win at LeMans.

The Japanese car maker's race track innovations and competitive history were further exemplified on the road by the NSX's ultra-rigid and ultra-light all aluminum monocoque chassis along with front and rear double wishbone suspension, with forged control arms connected to forged alloy wheels. The car additionally boasted the world's first production car engine with titanium connecting rods, forged pistons, and ultra high-revving capabilities – the redline was at 8,300 rpm – all traits usually associated with track and race engineered cars.

The NSX's exterior had a dedicated 23-step paint process, including an aircraft type chromate coating designed for chemically protecting the aluminium bodywork and a waterborne paint for the base coat to achieve a clearer, more vivid top color and a smoother surface finish.

The car's chassis rigidity and cornering/handling capabilities were the results of Formula One driver Ayrton Senna's consultation with NSX's chief engineers while testing the NSX prototype at Honda's Suzuka Circuit during its final development. The NSX was initially assembled at the purpose-built Takanezawa R&D Plant in Tochigi from 1989 to early 2004, when it was moved to Suzuka Plant for the remainder of its production life. The cars were assembled by approximately 200 of Honda's highest-skilled and most experienced personnel, a team of hand-picked staff with a minimum of ten years assembly experience employed from various other Honda facilities to run the NSX operation.

Production of the first generation of the NSX ended on November 30, 2005.

Interesting article about the development of the NSX.

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Although every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information, absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Information is based on data provided by the manufacturers and/or other sources. Therefore exact configuration, color, specifications & accessories should be used as a guide only. Information is presented to the user as is without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. Pictures are for illustration purposes only. All vehicles are subject to prior sale. Vehicles are sold “AS IS – WHERE IS.” Price does not include applicable tax, title, license, processing and/or documentation fees, and destination charges.
DISCLAIMER:
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Although every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information, absolute accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Information is based on data provided by the manufacturers and/or other sources. Therefore exact configuration, color, specifications & accessories should be used as a guide only. Information is presented to the user as is without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. Pictures are for illustration purposes only. All vehicles are subject to prior sale. Vehicles are sold “AS IS – WHERE IS.” Price does not include applicable tax, title, license, processing and/or documentation fees, and destination charges.
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