There could be a few more out there somewhere, but ultimately, Acura NSX coupes converted into convertibles are rarer than a doctor who cannot stand the sight of blood.
And there are a couple of solid reasons for that: besides the collectability aspect of a model like the NSX, an open top conversion of any vehicle originally designed with a closed roof will ultimately weaken structural rigidity, often regardless if measures have been taken to counteract the effects of removing the roof.
We’ve no idea if and what kind of structural enhancements were added to this NSX to compensate for the loss of structural integrity, as nothing is mentioned in the sales ad from Choice Auto Center in MA.
It doesn’t look bad with the roof down, but there are no pictures with the “color matching soft top” in place, so we can’t comment on that.
It’s a 1991 NSX with 40,533 miles (65,217 km) on the odo, and at least according to the Carfax, no accident reports. The asking price is $49,995.
H/T to BAT for the find!