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If there is one car currently on the roads that is in dire need to be put to pasture, it's the Acura/Honda NSX. Many automakers have found the sure-fire way to bolster flagging sales is through "special editions" that tack on tons of options for a little price and a previously unavailable color. Honda followed that equation except for the low price. Tons of aerodynamic laundry hung out to dry, silly scoops and wings and no more horsepower. Huh? Only five people will have the "privilege" to own one at the ridiculous price of $500,000. Most of all the new pieces for the GT are made from carbon fiber, hence the high price.