This 1992 Acura NSX is finished in red over a beige and black leather interior and is powered by a supercharged DOHC V6 paired with a six-speed manual transaxle and a limited-slip differential. The car was originally delivered to Import Management, Inc. of Cary, North Carolina, and was registered in North Carolina and California before the seller purchased it in Washington State in 2004. The engine and transaxle were replaced during current ownership, and additional modifications include a ScienceofSpeed AEM engine management system, a MOMO steering wheel, Type-R-style red carpets, an Eclipse stereo with navigation, a Seibon Type-R hood, Volk Racing wheels, and later-model NSX bumpers and taillights . This modified NSX shows 91k miles and is now offered with its window sticker, an owner’s manual, a clean Carfax report, and a clean Washington title in the seller’s name.
The aluminum bodywork is finished in red and features pop-up headlamps and a black fixed roof. Modifications include 2002-model taillights, a Seibon Type-R hood, a Wings West front air dam, Downforce side skirts, a 2002-model rear bumper assembly, and Downforce carbon-fiber rear window garnish and engine cover panels. Aftermarket front fog lamps are fitted, and a “Supercharged” badge is installed above the rear bumper. The seller notes a dent on the right quarter panel and that the fenders, front hood, and front bumper have been repainted to address rock chips.
17″ front and 18″ rear Volk Racing wheels are wrapped in 215/40 Goodyear Eagle F1 tires up front and 275/35 Continental ExtremeContact DWS tires out back. Braking is handled by cross-drilled and slotted discs. Dali Racing sway bars and Bilstein dampers are fitted.
The cabin features power-adjustable bucket seats upholstered in beige leather, two-tone door panels, a black dash, and Type-R-style red carpets. Carbon fiber door sill plates are fitted, and additional modifications include a Type-R-spec shift knob and shift boot, a MOMO steering wheel, an Eclipse double-DIN stereo, an Alpine amplifier, and a JL Audio subwoofer mounted in a carbon fiber enclosure in the passenger footwell.
Instrumentation consists of a 9k-rpm tachometer, a 185-mph speedometer, and gauges for coolant temperature, oil pressure, fuel level, and battery voltage. Ancillary gauges for boost pressure and fuel pressure are mounted in a custom gauge pod on the driver’s windshield pillar, and the six-digit odometer shows 91k miles, approximately 31k of which were added by the seller since 2004.
The replacement DOHC V6 was reportedly sourced from another NSX and fitted with lower-compression pistons, a Comptech supercharger, and a ScienceofSpeed AEM Infinity engine management system during current ownership. Additional equipment includes an aftermarket harmonic balancer cover, DC Sports exhaust headers, and an HKS exhaust system. The seller states that approximately 17k miles have been added since the replacement engine was installed.
Power is sent to the rear wheels through a replacement six-speed manual transaxle sourced from a later NSX model and installed with a Comptech conversion kit and an RPS clutch assembly.
The window sticker lists factory colors and options and shows a total vehicle price of $65,600 when new.
The Carfax report shows registration history in North Carolina, California, and Washington, and indicates no accidents or other damage since the first entry in 1994.