The story of this NSX is a complex one at best.
The car started life as a championship white NSX type R test bed, it was used to test multiple engine platforms and aerodynamics being the first car to be fitted with the NA2 face-lift.
After it had served its purpose with honda the car was sold to a scrapyard in fukushima, Japan. Where through some cruel twist of fate the car was forgotten at the back of the yard and left to rust. In 2011 the nuclear power plant melted down and the exclusion zone was set up, unfortunately the car was trapped inside and thought to be lost forever if it wasn't for the efforts of the company Valkyrie Speedshop.
Having learnt about the car and its legend as a test bed he also learnt that it happened to have a experimental K48 V8 engine from its test bed days, learning of this he made it his mission to track the car down and retrieve it. So on one faithful day in 2022 he under the cover of darkness and the help of the Japanese branch of NSG drive into the exclusion zone and saved the radiated car from certain death via the elements, after this the car was exported to Denmark where Valkyrie Speedshop set about the restoration process.
Using the K48 he had, he made the blueprints for his own slightly altered design, many many hundreds of man hours were put into this design to make the perfect idea of a Honda V8. What's left of the original car you may ask? Well very little, the basic chassis was tubed due to rust and the entire body was replaced with a Marga Hills kit, other show car modifications were undertaken and can be seen throughout the build, even the wheel fit the theme now being Blitz 03s.
All in all after rigorous testing, this NSX has proven to be undoubtedly the best NSX of the past 10 years putting any other NSX to shame.
Massive shoutout to VeNoM from Outlawz for the blitz building set
Custom Marga Hills NSX Show Car