I bought a 1991 Nsx from Prime member Nsx4jp in Tampa. Yesterday I was patiently waiting the arrival of my new car. I live in wisconsin and flew a friend down to Tampa to drive it home. The transaction of the sale and purchase was flawless. The seller picked up my friend at Tampa International airport and my friend drove it to wisconsin. I hurried home from work yesterday, only to be sadly dissapointed of what I saw. From a scale of 1-10 I would give the car a 7. Now I know the car is a 1991 and might have some flaws. I have had two other Nsx's before this one. So I can expect the usual hick-ups's. THe reason I am upset is because of the way the seller described the car in his ad and on the phone. He started out by stating the car is immaculate. Now to me immaculate means close to mint or extremely clean. The car is not nearly immaculate nor clean. He also stated in the ad the car had no bolster wear. Well the seat has more bolster wear than the other two Nsx's I have owned. The seat is about to tear at the bolster. He also stated the tires have 2k miles on them. Well, this is also not true. The front tires are in great condition, but the rears have about 40% tread left. Then he claimed the paint shines like new and has no scratches. NOT. The paint is faded and needs some major loving care. Now about no scratches. The front bumper area where the plate bracket used to be is badley faded and scratched up behind repair. It doesn't end here. The whole front bumper area is ungulfed with rock chip's and scratches. I live in the midwest and did not expect this from a Florida car. The hood is also covered with rock chips and scratches to the point of no return. Then you have to move on to the right and left fenders. Nothing differant here, they both are chipped behind repair, unless painted. Well guys, I have vented. I guess immaculate doesn't allways mean the same to everyone. Ketan, how about sending me some repair funds to fix the problems that should have been represented.