1992 Honda NSX owned by Aryton Senna headed for auction

by SpeedLux

A 1992 Honda NSX owned by Aryton Senna will be up for auctions at Silverstone Auctions’ Race Retro & Classic Car Sale.

Originally purchased by manager Antonio Carlos de Almeida Braga, the black on black car was driven by Senna when he was in Portugal. Following his death in 1994, the NSX was parked for more than two years before being sold to a collector who flipped it shortly thereafter.

According to Silverstone Auctions managing director Nick Whale, “Very rarely does a car with such pedigree and provenance come to market, especially with such a powerful and personal link to arguably the greatest F1 driver of all time, and as such, we’re incredibly excited to offer it for auction.”

Since the car is considered to be prestigious and exclusive, the pricing for auction has been estimated to be a good amount. The auctioneers are expecting that the car may sell for an estimated amount of £ 75,000 – £ 85,000 (which is approx $ 124,335 – $ 140,915 / € 91,030 – € 103,165).

Hope the sale of the car will be a win-win situation for the car and the new buyer but we will come to know only after the auction is over.

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