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  • #19427

    The ‘Burg
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    This should make a few heads explode! 2004 Honda S2000, only 6,692 miles, and an INSANE sound system:

    From what I saw on Auto Trader.com this morning, this could be one of the lowest-mileage S2000’s in the country, and our price is definitely on the lower side of things. If you know any REAL auto enthusiasts who want a fantastic car at a great price, send them my way. I want to see this car go to someone who truly understands what they are getting.

    https://www.autolenders.com/used-car-inventory/Honda-S2000-4S000602

    #19430

    supremor
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    Tempting.

    #19433

    The ‘Burg
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    Yeah, it’s extremely tempting. I spent about 30 minutes on Auto Trader.com and as far as I can see, this is the lowest-mileage S2000 anywhere. There might be a couple with lower mileage on some other sites but we are talking about maybe one or two cars, that’s it. As for the price, I thought we were a little low. There’s a 2000 Model Year S2000 with 6878 miles and they want $32K. There is a red 2004 S2000 with 8585 miles and he’s asking $25K, so that’s the closest competition.

    Here’s the real surprise – our car has an 800-watt, twin amp sound system in it. Here’s a couple pics:

    Looks like a VERY professional installation, and it probably means you can hear the stereo with the top down while the engine is yowling at 9000 RPM. I’d crank up some Satriani and find myself a good long canyon road, and burn up an entire tank of gas going nowhere, just back and forth on that road.

    I need to stop drooling on my keyboard now.

    #19496

    lengnert
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    Is that a subwoofer grill or a stove top grill in the trunk? :grimacing:

    It is a very nice example of a fairly decent car. But alas, since I can’t fit in these damn cars (as cool as they may be… this, the MX-5, or even the GM ‘verts of this vintage), it makes purchase decisions a lot easier for me.

    #19543

    The ‘Burg
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    Really? I fit just fine in a Miata. Once you put the top down, anyway. I drove a Miata for 5 years and never had any issues. They’re just like women. Getting in can be a little difficult but once inside, they’re really nice :laughing:

    #19544

    lengnert
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    Really? I fit just fine in a Miata. Once you put the top down, anyway. I drove a Miata for 5 years and never had any issues. They’re just like women. Getting in can be a little difficult but once inside, they’re really nice :laughing:

    I sat in the Pontiac Solstice (drivers seat) one time, and although it would have taken a lot of care on my part, I think I could have actually managed to drive it.

    The last Miata I attempted to sit in, mt knees were under my chin (ok, a slight exaggeration) IN THE PASSENGER SEAT!! I could not even manage to get my legs under the steering wheel of the drivers seat. LOL

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