It's not everyday you come across a highly-modified 1991 Acura NSX that looks like it had a whole catalogue of JDM bits thrown at it, much less so to be offered in an auction.
This particular example, currently going under the hammer over at Bring A Trailer, has been with the current owner since 2005 and currently has covered 40k miles.
The modifications took place under the previous owner and were commissioned by Japan’s Endless Brakes who were reportedly sponsoring the build. These include a widebody kit from BSM, which according to the seller is one of the just two examples produced, with the other car being located in Tokyo.
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The bodywork mods are pretty extensive and include a roof scoop, side skirt extensions, fixed headlights, four round taillights and that massive fixed rear wing to name a few. The custom NSX rides on Enkei RPF1s measuring 17 inches at the front and 18 inches at the back in diameter while the brake system comes from Endless, with multi-piece rotors and upgraded calipers all around.
The 3.0-liter V6 has been fitted with a CT Engineering supercharger, ECU tune and a custom exhaust with four tips, as well as a Comptech intake. The upgraded Honda V6 engine produced on a dyno 351hp.
The chassis has also been fitted with adjustable Zeal coilover suspension, which features an air-lift system up front, and an aftermarket brace on the engine bay. The car has passed a California emissions test in April 2018.
The interior features an upgraded audio system and a set of aftermarket steering wheel and shift knob from Nardi but it retains the factory black leather seats and even an NSX-branded car phone.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder they say and they are right, and the fact that this highly-personalized 1991 Acura NSX is offered at no reserve will definitely make things easier for it to find a new, loving home.