If you're a fan of Japanese cars from the 1990s, then this 1995 Acura Legend LS Coupe currently up for auction through Bring A Trailer might be the perfect car for you.
This Legend was first registered in Missouri and has since lived in Montana and Colorado before being purchased by the seller in January 2020. It is being offered with no reserve with manufacturer’s literature, partial service records, a clean Carfax report, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.
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The bodywork is painted in Sherwood Green Pearl and while the car does have some damage on the rear bumper, as well as paint chips on the front bumper and hood, it looks to have been well cared for and sits on the original 16-inch wheels wrapped in 225/50 Yokohama YK580 tires.
A look inside the cabin reveals heated and power-adjustable front seats wrapped in tan leather. There’s also a two-tone finish across the dashboard and door panels, and a wood-accented center console, while key features include automatic climate control and a Bose sound system. The seller notes in the listing that there is a tear in the driver’s side left bolster.
Slotted beneath the Legend’s classic bodywork is a 3.2-liter Type II C32A V6 engine that was good for 230 hp and 206 lb-ft (279 Nm) of torque when new that’s sent to the front wheels courtesy of a six-speed manual gearbox. Some minor repairs will be needed as the seller states the clutch master cylinder is leaking and the muffler has broken internal baffles.