1991 Honda NSX Auctions Well Below Market Value

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Someone snagged this classic Japanese supercar on the cheap.

*Updated Story* An exceptionally clean 1991 Honda NSX – that’s a JDM-spec, first-production-year model – crossed the auction block at GAA Classic Car Auctions with no reserve. When the bidding stopped, a lucky individual scooped the car for a mere $36,000. While the exact market value of the car could be debated, that price is well below most estimates. With NSX values on the rise, whomever grabbed this supercar got a tremendous deal.

*Original Story* Thanks to the whole COVID-19 shutdown situation, there seems to have been a bit of a disruption in flow of Japanese domestic market vehicles to the United States. Those in the know are always keen to scoop up clean, rare examples of these right-hand-drive models since they’re becoming increasingly collectible. One of the most desirable of these JDM

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