A 2008 Honda S2000 sold for a whopping $125,000 on the Bring-A-Trailer auction platform, making it the second most expensive S2000 ever sold in the world. What makes this car special is that it is one of approximately 700 Club Racer models produced.
It was previously in Chicago, Illinois and Manitoba, Canada before being purchased by the current seller in May 2019. It was sold with 9600 kilometers on the clock, a few keys and a clean car history report. The exterior is in an Apex Blue Pearl shade that appears to have been well maintained over the years.
The Club Racer is also distinguished from other S2000 models by its unique front fascia, large fixed rear wing and removable black hardtop. The listing reveals that the car is still equipped with the original 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in Bridgestone Potenza RE070 tires. The CR also benefits from stronger springs and stiffer anti-roll bars, he says Jutarnji.hr.
Honda has also made some changes to the interior of the CR. For example, the seats are upholstered in black Alcantara and come complete with yellow inserts and stitching. Given that the car has covered just over 9,000 kilometers, it’s no surprise that the interior shows very little signs of aging and looks like it just left the factory.
Used Honda S2000 prices have risen significantly in recent years, especially if it has less than 100,000 kilometers on the clock. The CR variant proved particularly popular with enthusiasts and collectors in July – one with around 50,000 kilometers sold for $110,000, although the record holder was an example with just 197 kilometers that sold for around $200,000 last April.
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