The auction hammer fell at $133,000 for this 2004 Acura NSX-T: Market correct outcome
This is strong money for an NSX, however, this car has mileage, year, and color on its side. We would call this market correct. Japanese modern classics are on the rise and later-series NSX’s are at the epicenter of collectible Japanese sports exotics. A great car to drive, this example looks flawless.
From BaT: This 2004 Acura NSX-T shows just under 1,900 miles and is finished in Silverstone Metallic over an Onyx black interior. The selling dealer acquired the car in early 2020 from the original owner, who reportedly kept the car stored in a humidity- and temperature-controlled garage in Florida since new. Powered by a 3.2-liter VTEC V6 paired with a six-speed manual gearbox, this NSX is now available with its window sticker, a factory leather case containing manufacturer’s literature, two Roadside Assistance cards, two spare keys and two regular keys, two key-fob remotes, a clean AutoCheck report, and a clean Florida title.
Market correct outcome but probably dead money for the foreseeable future.