The original NSX is still one of the most worshipped models of the 90s and not without good reason.
Back in the day, Honda showed the world that a supercar can be thrilling and reliable at the same time with a certain guy named Ayrton Senna helping with the development of it.
This 1991 Acura NSX is a stock and well-preserved 85,000-mile example which is powered by the 270hp 3.0-litre V6 engine that revved up to 8,000rpm. The lucky owner kept it standard apart from a set of aftermarket brake pads and stickier tires.
It also lacks power steering which combined with a slow rack makes the car a good exercise during enthusiastic driving on the canyons but hey, it’s been 24 years since this NSX rolled off the production line.
Head over the video linked below to find out what Matt Farah has to say about the original NSX in the latest One Take episode.