Just an everyday Honda...
Goes to show how little I know about late model cars. I wouldn't walk across the street to look at this...maybe I should pay closer attention.
But not an everyday Honda... Very few genuine ITRs were brought stateside. The engine in these were highly sought after, which led to a large amount of them being stolen and chopped up. Of course many more were modded and/or ragged out. To find one completely unmolested and under 20k miles on the clock... It is a rarity indeed.
I would be willing to wager one could find 10 unmolested, low mileage A80 Supras for every genuine ITR to be found in this condition. And we've all seen how much those go for recently...
WRONG COLOR. NOT YELLOW. SACRILEGE. Man I love the ITR.
2000 Toyota MR2 Spyder, 2020 Mazda 3 Hatchback 6MT
Wow... it went for $43k
I was helping my Cousin from Arizona sell his 1999 M3 to a local buyer here in Maryland by handing over the title and collecting the cash. His M3 of that vintage is apparently desirable among BMW enthusiast and although his car was in pristine condition he only got 13k for it.
As I was chatting with my Cousin he brought up this car and said it was trending on most car forums as being ridiculous. I bet it was the hype and nostalgia that brought up the value. Or is it possible that Japanese sports cars from the 90s will shoot up in value like the cars from the 70.