I saw that as well Ryan. I commented on it a bit and he said he just does not drive it, that has never changed. He is always too worried about it when he does drive it so it sounds like a good idea to sell it and move on. Interesting to see how much it goes for considering the engine mods which some shy away from.Speaking of yellow...Tweety, a former Michigan car, is up for sale...I know Al babied the hell out of this thing. Surprised to see him letting it go. New owner will get one extremely well-kept car.
Hey Ryan - I am so glad that you and much of the local MI NSX fans are still at it 11+ years after we moved to Charlotte. We love the Carolinas. Down here, imports are very mainstream. However, the NSX community is very weak compared to Michigan. I would not have predicted that when we moved here.I can't imagine having to see it go! Glad its going to a good climate and hopefully the new owner fully appreciates just how much you cared for it all these years and continues with that. Hope all is well!
Precision motorsports in Farmington hills right down grand river from the old Acura dealer is where we take the NSX now. They installed KW coilovers and the alignment/service was perfect. I have taken my Supra to them for m at mods and they are the best around. They special in euro cars but literally can work on anything.Hello all -
Can anyone recommend a local front end alignment shop for our cars to Metro Detroit ?
I heard our favorite local dealer tech (MM) is no longer around (I see Suburban Acura isn't either) .
Anybody planning on attending 23' NSXPO in Atlanta? About an 11.5 hour trip for me, but not sure if we will have a closer event to the Midwest in the future? Thanks in advance!
Yup, I'm going. Haven't made any plans yet other than I registered and booked the hotel. Where in the midwest are you, there aren't many events in Michigan (seems like 1 a year) but I think the Chicago guys do more. Most of the events I go to are with the S2000 group from the s2ki website, but NSX's are always welcome. Most trips usually have 1 or 2 along with anything else fun to drive. The closest driving trip is southern Ohio, although we already did that one in June. Coming up is a VA trip and WVA trip, note these are not get together and look at your cars trips, they are fast driving on twisty road trips.Anybody planning on attending 23' NSXPO in Atlanta? About an 11.5 hour trip for me, but not sure if we will have a closer event to the Midwest in the future? Thanks in advance!