This 1991 Acura NSX is finished in Berlina Black over a black leather interior and shows less than 30k miles. It was purchased new in Tennessee, moved to California with the second owner in 2003, and has been with the seller in California since 2015. Modifications include a Pioneer touchscreen stereo, carbon-fiber-look center console trim, and yellow brake calipers. Power is provided by a 3.0-liter VTEC V6 paired with a 4-speed automatic transmission, and the oil was changed two months ago. This NSX is now being offered with an accident-free Carfax report and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
Berlina Black (NH-547) was one of three colors available on the first-year NSX, and just 75 US-spec examples were built for the 1991 model year finished in black over black with an automatic transmission. The recent Carfax report indicates no history of accidents or other damage.
Staggered-width 15″ front and 16″ rear 5-spoke wheels are mounted with Kumho tires in front and Hankook rubber out back. The brake calipers have been refinished in yellow.
The cabin features black leather on the 4-way power seats, door panels, and steering wheel. A touchscreen Pioneer AVH-270BT audio receiver has been installed in the center console, which is trimmed in a vinyl wrap that resembles carbon fiber.
Instrumentation includes a 180-mph speedometer and a tachometer with a 7,500-rpm redline. The 6-digit mechanical odometer shows 29,750 miles, of which the seller has added less than 2,000.
The mid-mounted DOHC 2,977cc C30A V6 is equipped with VTEC variable valve timing and titanium connecting rods. NSX models with the 4-speed automatic transmission were factory-rated to produce 252 horsepower at 6,600 rpm and 210 lb-ft of torque at 5,300 rpm. This car reportedly passed a California smog check in 2018, and the oil was changed in November 2018 per the accompanying invoice.
A collection of underside photographs can be seen in the gallery below.
The Carfax report shows no accidents or other damage. It also lists previous registrations in Tennessee and California and cites a mileage inconsistency in 2017, which the seller reports is due to a mistake made by a smog technician.