“With high-end vehicles like Ferraris, Mercedes and Porsches from the 1950s and 1960s significantly increasing in value, many predict the limited production sports cars from the 1980s and 1990s will follow suit.“ – Details.com

With predictions of rising value in limited production sports cars from the 1980’s and 1990’s flooding the car collectors’ forums, one can only imagine the amount of buzz surrounding our upcoming restoration of the 1991 Acura NSX.

Our next project “The frisky-and first-Acura NSX” is an icon by any definition. It single-handedly redefined the super sports category 25 years ago when it was launched, targeting and delivering performance numbers previously reserved for Ferraris and Lamborghinis. Building a supercar with the idea of owners driving their cars daily, while only maintaining them as routinely as owners would Honda Accords or Civics, was something that even Honda engineers were unsure about back when the program began. But, as time tells today, the NSX has not just delivered on that idea; it has exceeded everyone’s expectations. In addition, the year-one NSX is surely becoming a sought after collector’s car, with collector interests gaining, especially given the pending launch of the all new 2016 Acura NSX, which boasts an impressive amount of state-of-the-art world-first technologies.

Stay tuned for more about the unique history and nostalgia associated with our newest project car! Plus, make sure to take a look at image galleries of the Classic NSX and Vintage Ads from the release.

Warren, T. (2015, July 15). The Ten Most Collectible Cars Right Now.

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Alyson Yarberry