How many Rocket Bunny nsx are there?

How many Rocket Bunny nsx are there?

two Rocket Bunny NSXs
As of press time, his car is one of two Rocket Bunny NSXs in the entire world (the only one in the U.S.). The other car belongs to Kei Miura of TRA Kyoto—the lead designer of Rocket Bunny, of course.

What does Rocket Bunny mean?

Rocket Bunny is a style of aero kits for sports cars designed by Japan’s Kei Miura. They’re fabricated with a high degree of precision and built using digital laser scans of the cars that the kits adorn. They’re built to accentuate features on the cars they match, the features including the fenders, lips, and spoilers.

How much is a Honda NSX 1995?

Open Top (2 styles)

2dr Sport Open Top Auto 2dr Sport Open Top Manual
Inventory price
Starting at $84,500 Starting at $81,000
Combined MPG

How much is a 1991 Acura NSX?

1991 Acura NSX Retail Prices

Trim MSRP Invoice
RWD $62,000 N/A

What is Pandem?

1 : occurring over a wide geographic area (such as multiple countries or continents) and typically affecting a significant proportion of the population pandemic malaria The 1918 flu was pandemic and claimed millions of lives.

What is Rocket Bunny called in the US?

You’ll note this car is a widebody. If you don’t know, the S14 was sold in a slightly different form in the US as the Nissan 240SX. A company called Rocket Bunny makes wide body kits for this and many other Japanese cars, including one that’s most excellent for the Subaru BRZ/Toyota 86.

Why is Rocket Bunny called Pandem in the US?

Firstly, ‘Rocket Bunny’ isn’t the name of a company. Rather, it refers to a specific style of widebody kits produced by TRA Kyoto in Japan, Speedhunters explains. They’re sold here in the US under the ‘Pandem’ name due to copyright issues.

How much is a Honda NSX 1990?

1990 Honda NSX Price (from September 1990)

Model Chassis Price in USD ($)

How much does a 1991 NSX cost?