1991 HONDA NSX COUPE – MANUAL
Presenting in Silver with a black roof and black interior trim.
A personal import into Australia in 2020, we hold a copy of the Import Approval dated 13th of July 2020.
We also hold a copy of the Japanese Export Certificate covering it’s departure from Japan dated the 15th of June 2020.
All the paperwork and books that belong to the car are in Japanese, so if you can read Japanese, their interpretation will be easy.
However, the current owner, who imported the car has supplied the following information:-
“Like myself, the car was previously owned by a collector who had hardly driven the car, less than 5000km has been covered in the last 7
Despite being hardly driven, maintenance was still carried out and up to date. The major timing belt service was recently carried out by
the Honda dealership in Japan (Honda service sticker of date and km when it was done is on driver’s door side).
Formula Honda had just done another service and full check over on 30th November 2021.
I purchased this car stock from Japan (with exception of aftermarket stereo, speakers, type R engine cover, Type R shift knob, and Type
Under my ownership, I made a few simple bolt on enhancements (which can easily be swapped back to original) fitting brand new ‘BC
racing’ coil over suspension with adjustable damper; ‘Enkei RPF1’ wheels, who were official supplier of the McLaren Honda Formula 1
team (the RPF1 was developed using the same technology as the F1 race wheel which is much stronger and lighter drastically reducing
the cars rotational mass).
Brand new Goodyear F1 tyres were fitted and balanced, and a ‘TaiTec’ cat back exhaust (a well-known Japanese exhaust brand in the
Honda NSX community).
The updated suspension, wheels, aluminium locknuts, tyres and exhaust are a lot more lightweight than the OEM items, drastically
reducing the cars overall weight which had a notable improvement in its handling, braking and acceleration.
I have also paid for a full 2 step paint correction and ceramic coating done by Gloss Revival less than 2 weeks ago.”
Powered by a 3.0 Litre V6 mid mounted engine, it produced when new 201Kw and 284Nm of power and torque, delivered to the rear wheels via a 5 speed manual gearbox. Performance claims at the time suggest 0-100kph in 6.2 secs and a op speed near 270kph.
Fabulous cars to look at and even more so to drive. You sit very low in the driving position, but with excellent all round vision and high performance, it feels just like driving a luxurious go-kart!
Well worth a visit to view on on state of the art showroom floor in Adelaide.
We can arrange transport door to door Australia wide.
Finance – our broker offers VERY competitive rates and prompt service.
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