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Thread: NSXs for sale on Pistonhead @ 17/06/24

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    Default NSXs for sale on Pistonhead @ 17/06/24

    There are quite a few NSXs for sale at the moment - almost the full range:

    2 NC1
    1 02+ Type R (2004)
    2 02+ manual coupe (04 & 05)
    1 NA2 Type S (1997)
    1 NA1 Type R (1993)
    3 NA1 manual targa
    2 NA1 manual coupe
    2 NA1 automatic coupe

    Something for everyone!
    Last edited by NZNick; Yesterday at 02:04 AM.
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    And not one is selling!

    (Which is a bit annoying, as I will be advertising mine for sale once I am back from vacation. I'm watching all of the platforms at the moment, and cars seem to be stuck. Not sure if it's NSXs or many other similar niche cars.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by goldtop View Post
    And not one is selling!

    (Which is a bit annoying, as I will be advertising mine for sale once I am back from vacation. I'm watching all of the platforms at the moment, and cars seem to be stuck. Not sure if it's NSXs or many other similar niche cars.)
    The second hand market can be fickle. The NSX market possibly more-so. Good original purest cars generally sell well at the right price. The current selection has some great cars, but not particularly well advertised. Auction cars can go well if the right car at the right time.
    Anything ‘not right’ I believe is becoming harder to sell. Double din stereos, crap aftermarket wheels, signs of prior accidents, over inflated dealer prices and outright lies. I think, a simple list of all the important stuff with high quality pictures and no bloody mention of racing drivers.
    By this point in the world of 20-30 year old NSX’s, potential buyers should really be concerned with the maintenance; ac control boxes, speedos, stereos, LMA’s, cam-belts, ABS, etc etc. basically ticking all the boxes and making it hard for the buyer to ignore the good cars.
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    Meanwhile, on eBay, this nice looking car looks set to sell:
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/226223324...3Avlp_homepage
    2001 3.2 Circuit Blue Coupe with pop-ups!

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    It's the Honda NSX."
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyOne? View Post
    Meanwhile, on eBay, this nice looking car looks set to sell:
    https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/226223324...3Avlp_homepage
    Doing very well (assuming the highest bidder is not a time-waster). That's almost reached facelift NA2 price levels.

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    That Ebay one ended at over 111k!

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    High price and low mileage - a bit unusual for an RHD, one might think.
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    bidding history shows same bidder keeps over bidding himself, looks a little dodgy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    bidding history shows same bidder keeps over bidding himself, looks a little dodgy.
    I think that happens when you post a maximum bid and the second bidder keeps incrementally increasing their bid until the original maximum bid is exceeded.
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    7***4(3) obviously doesn't know what proxy bidding is...

    8***2Feedback score (540) put in a relatively late max bit of 111,488.00 and 7***4(3) keeps bumping their bid 1 or 2k repeatedly over a short space of time after they were outbid at 98,300.00
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