2004 Acura NSX-T 6-Speed Sells for $133,000 USD

With a mere 1,900 miles on the odometer.

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The explosive Acura auctions continue, as Bring A Trailer once again hosts the sale of another covetable car. This time, it’s an Acura NSX-T 6-Speed from 2004, with a mere 1,900 miles on the odometer, which brought in a staggering $133,000 USD.

Offered in timeless Silverstone Metallic, the glistening 16-year-old Acura is in pristine condition, thanks mostly to its previous owner storing the ride in a humidity- and temperature-controlled Florida garage since new. Furthermore, it was briefly driven once a month since purchase to ensure it maintained complete functionality. Original details abound, including a 3.2-liter VTEC V6 engine, Bridgestone Potenza radial tires, Onyx-colored leather interior, Bose cassette stereo and the dealer’s window sticker. Since it’s in excellent condition, the new owner will be able to rev it up to 290 hp at 7,100 rpm, if they choose to take it on the road.

Check out the sold NSX-T above and review the recently-sold Acura listing on Bring A Trailer’s website.

Meanwhile, those seeking much older automobiles will find cars to their taste at the forthcoming Mecum Indy 2020.

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