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The Greenwich Auction / 1996 Acura NSX-T VIN. JH4NA1285TT000122

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1996 Acura NSX-T
2022 年 6 月 5 日 10:00 EDT
格林威治,W. R. Berkley Corporate 總部

成交價:US$59,360(包括佣金)

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1996 Acura NSX-T
VIN. JH4NA1285TT000122


2,977cc DOHC V6
Programmed Fuel Injection with Variable Volume Induction System
252bhp at 6,600rpm
4-Speed Automatic Transmission
4-Wheel Double Wishbone Independent Suspension
4-Wheel Power-Assisted Ventilated Disc Brakes

*One owner from new
*Meticulously documented and maintained
*Clean CARFAX report
*Desirable and rare Brooklands Green Pearl over Tan leather


THE ACURA NSX

Until the summer of 1990, mid-engined, four-cam supercars almost always came from Italy. Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini, even Lancia, had a history of high-performance sports cars with engines right behind the driver for ideal weight distribution. One thing was certain; supercars did not come from Japan.

Just as Honda began rewriting the rules when it launched its Acura brand in the United States for the 1986 model year, it also changed those rules with the mid-engined NSX. First shown in Chicago during the 1989 auto show, the NSX debuted in mid-1990 as a 1991 model. It looked a lot like a 308 or 328 Ferrari, but it had a big difference—the build quality and reliability of a Honda.

The sleek aluminum body had a drag coefficient of 0.32. Suspension of the moncocque body-chassis unit was fully independent. Capable of 0-60 in less than 6.0 seconds, the NSX could dispatch a quarter mile in fewer than 14 seconds.

THE MOTORCAR OFFERED

This Acura NSX-T landed in the arrived in the United States in February of 1996, likely as a dealer tester, but would not be acquired by its first owner until April 8, 1997 when it was purchased by the current owner from Gunn Acura in San Antonio, Texas. According to the original Motor Vehicle Purchase Order on file, the total came to $64,017.15 including tax and fees. One of just 504 NSX-Ts to come to the American market in 1996, it was one of just 66 delivered with the automatic transmission. Furthermore, this NSX-T was finished in one of the best and rarest colors offered—Brooklands Green Pearl. Offered only from 1994-1996 in the United States, a mere 30 NSX-Ts came to the states in '96 in the color, 27 of which had a tan interior, but only five of which were automatics like this example.

Enthusiastic driven in San Antonio and the surrounding Hill Country, over half the mileage currently indicated had been accrued by 2003, with less than 1500 miles a year driven since then and under 60,000 showing on the odometer today. Regularly maintained at Gunn Acura, service receipts dating up to 2015 are on file with further service indicated on the clean CARFAX report. Not indicated on the CARFAX, but included in the records, is a spring 2014 invoice cosmetic service work including paintwork on the right door and rocker panel as well as the front valance.

After a quarter century in a single owner's garage, this increasing popular Japanese sports car is now ready to motor into the garage of its next owner. Lauded when new for their performance, engineering prowess, and Honda-like reliability (little coincidence there), it is no surprise that they continue to have a growing following. White socks and penny loafers not included.

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