DOTS-O-Rama Sunday, San Francisco Edition: 1992 Acura NSX

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This is Down On The Street Bonus Edition. Here's a car I shot parked near the starting area of the Gumball 3000 in San Francisco last August. Maybe it's Willie Brown's daily driver!

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Come back in an hour for more interesting iron parked down on the San Francisco street!

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Rob Emslie

I like the looks of these, but was offended by Honda's strategy behind them. When this was introduced, they claimed that it was a supercar that anybody could drive well, and I thought - "what's the fun in that?"

The NSX really drives like an Accord. It lacks the visceral punch of a Viper, the twitchy mad-dog nature of a Ferrari, or the must be treated with respect until you learn its limits or you'll go backwards into a tree personality of a Porsche.

Who really wants a supercar that you can just get in and drive? I want something that ratchets up the skill requirement and rewards your mastery with a performance that is unachievable in a plebeian ride. I also want to have that satisfaction that I have -not tamed-but learned the command of something that is a strata above the commonplace.

That being said, I still like the way these look.