Well here’s an absolutely sensational NSX rocking some Sorcery/custom attire…..I’ll tell ya, the Japanese sure are the best modders out there…
Photos via MINKARA
I’m sure we can all agree that an NSX already looks great from the factory, but like all good things, there’s always room for improvement. Add a Sorcery widebody, Work Meister S1 and other JDM bits, an NSX can go from good to spectacular.
Photos by Dylan King Photography via FLICKR
Honda’s retired flagship vehicle has been out of production for over 5 years now, but it’s status and popularity continues to live on. Despite the fact that the NSX has been around for 20 years, it still draws attention amongst enthusiasts whether at events, shows, or simply driving on the streets…..And I’m only referring to a bone stock NSX…..However, for this little teaser post, I’m not talking about a bone stock NSX, not even a mildly modded one, but a full on widebodied, turbocharged monster! Unfortunately I can only provide a teaser for you guys at the moment, but hopefully these few photos can tickle you senses…
For references, this NSX is equipped with a full Sorcery widebody, along with a set of custom powdercoated 2pc Work Meister S1 wheels.
Photos by Jeff Camp (Studio 1018)
It’s another milestone for MoMoHitsTheSpot.com! It’s post/feature #500! Again, I can’t thank all you guys enough for stopping by and checking out the blog, but I hope you guys like what you see!
So, as for post #500…I was debating on what to blog about…I WAS leaning toward posting a hottie but then I realized there was a car shoot that I have yet to post on the blog. So, here it is…..MoMoHitsTheSpot! Exclusive!
Sorcery widebody NSX with SSR Type-fs. How can you not love this beauty?
NSX..the pinnacle of Japanese sports car…with it’s mid-engine, RWD setup, is the dream car of many enthusiasts out there, myself included. From the factory, the NSX is just timeless, but some people like to take it up to the next level, and the results can be sensational.
Sensational as in…a Sorcery widebody painted in a S2000 Apex Blue, and a set of 3pc Work Meister S1 wheels…and a load of other goodies…..this is MY kind of NSX.