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Discussion in 'Canada' started by JamesSimpson, Nov 19, 2005.
i need a black NSX for someone....know of any?
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I saw a black '92 at a dealership in Oakville today
There is also a black '94 for sale at a dealership here in Hamilton
Yes, Lucas IS a quick draw specialist
I also believe Jeff has one at Segal motor cars...unless hes sold it by now, a 95 T, black.
Yes, thats a good call. Jeff loves his NSX's. He always seems to have one or two.
I'll put the word out. Segal is right around the corner from me -- I can go inspect it in person if you need. Any specific year/model your buyer looking for? ie Targa vs Coupe, 2002+ non-popup headlights, 3.2l engine, etc.
thanks...segals at our place at least once a week....don't worry about it i know his cars are clean..but if you could put the word out...it's this young guy looking to spen between 30-45 for a black nsx...if you find one and we buy it...you'll make some coin..thanks!
Ummm..., your in the high end sports car market, but might I respectfully suggest that at those price points he aint gonna find much. I only saw one NSX advertised for less than 45k, and it was a very high milage 91 with a small accident in its history. Maybe, in the midlle of the winter and at the very high end of his range, he might be able to find a high milage 91 without an accident history,...but I seriously doubt it....Good luck!
On the other hand, I bought both of my NSX's from Segals and have nothing but good things to say about Jeff and his cars.
James I will keep an eye out for you.
100%. James, at that price it will be hard bro. Very hard. Those things still bring in good money. For a good one of course.
If it helps, I know of a red one and also a yellow available. But dont know of their history and how nice they are BUT can easily find out. PM me if interested.
I may see you this coming week anyways, I gotta come talk to Serg.
Vasco: Is the yellow an '03 US car by any chance?
James: I checked out the 1995 black NSX-T at Segal's. Based on a quick look, exterior looks to be in very good condition with a repaint of bumper/hood for rock chips (very common on NSX), interior is in quite good condition, no significant wear on drivers side bolster. Asking $73k.
BTW, stay away from JT4NA1158NT800035. It's a 92 black that was a total write-off and apparently the structural damage was not correctly repaired. The oakville motors one is also likely to have a history as it's priced too low.
They also had a nice '99 355 spyder.. oops.. I mean spider for $165k, and a spectacular damn-I-wish-I-had-the-money '01 360 with only 3k km's on the dial for $250k!
Hi Arshad, I think this car may be an earlier one. I will see it today since I am going by there anyways.
Also, I think I know of that structural damaged one too. Kinda sucks.
you guy's fu*(king rock...thanks..oakville wants to much and there car looks like garbage...this guy is just gonna have to cough up more dough...and is segal crazy 73,000$?!?!?!? never gonna get it..but thatnk you guys so much
The thing with Jeff's cars are that they are mint. When I was looking for my NSX I *almost* got a pristine 98 Black one from him. Fresh off the truck from Calgary (where it was forsale for 2 years), he was selling it for $78k. He gave me a good trade in value for my old S2000, but the car still didnt make sense next to the 02 that I ended up buying.
I think that black 95 was there a year ago when I looked, as was a Yellow 01 ($109k).
Id buy any car from Jeffery in a split second knowing how clean they are, if the premium wasnt unreasonable.
Hey James, whatever happened to that Y/Y 03 NSX that you guys were selling on consignment almost a year ago?
sold it to some guy at the beggining of the summer...nice car
For a 95, even in prisitine condition, I would have to agree with you...it's never going to sell for that price...not in todays market, at least. The 98 for 78k sounds much more in line with reality, and a MUCH better bargain as well.
Although Ive never owned one personally, a 97 and above NSX is the much better option when compared to the earlier models (91 to 96). Not only do they have a slightly larger engine and associated increase in HP (from 270 to 290), they have the 6 speed transmission which can make a HUGE difference in the NSX's performance compared to the pre 97 5-speeds. I loved my 91 and 95 NSX's, but if I was in the market for one today, it would have to be a 97 minimum.
Careful with Oakville motors...
Tom, didnt they have a Testa there for the longest time too?
James I found you one. Give me a call in the morning