Designed with input from the late Ayrton Senna, the first-gen Honda (Acura in North America) NSX is one of the automotive icons of the 1990s.
It was so popular that they kept it in production for 15 years, until 2005, and then revived the nameplate back in 2016, with a different take and build highlighted by the use of a hybrid powertrain combining a turbocharged V6 with three electric motors.
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A true collector’s item, examples of the first-gen NSX (NA1) are priced well over $50,000 in today’s market. It’s not unusual for the best-preserved models, with low mileage, to fetch over $100,000.
If you happen to own an NA1 and are looking to personalize it, which we wouldn’t recommend if you cherish their value above all, then Liberty Walk’s body kit is one way to go.
Named the ‘LB-Works Honda NSX’, the upgrade brings the typical styling of the Japanese tuner to the classic sports car. If you’re familiar with their work, then you already know what to expect: oversized fender flares, side skirts, front apron, rear diffuser and wing.
The cost of ordering these parts is $13,100 for abroad markets, while they’re also available individually. An air suspension can be found on Liberty Walk’s shelves, for another $9,100.
Since they don’t include any mechanical upgrades, the parts, which are made from FRP, suit all versions of the classic NSX, regardless if they came with the 3.0- or 3.2-liter V6 engine, or in Coupe or Targa body styles.