For a properly trained car mechanic, get a car onto a hydraulic lift is one of the easiest parts of the job. Unfortunately, it seems one of the mechanics working at the shop from the clip below forgot some of their basic training.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that performance-focused Honda models from the late 1990s and early 2000s have been steadily rising in value and becoming the latest must-haves for JDM enthusiasts.
Gone are the days where the only way to improve a vehicle's performance was to either tune its engine or drop in a more powerful one. Instead, these days you can replace an internal combustion engine with an all-electric powertrain if you so wish.
Two seats, drop top, front engine, rear drive, stick shift. That’s the classic recipe for the roadster – but it’s one that’s increasingly hard to come by these days. That’s what makes the Honda S2000 such an enticing proposition.
The Honda S2000 will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year and, despite its age, still looks fresh and offers exhilarating performance and driving thrills. For some, however, a stock S2000 is not quite special enough.