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Everyone knows used Hondas hold their value, but this is ridiculous.
A 2009 Honda S2000 sports car has been auctioned on the Bring a Trailer website for $200,000, setting an all-time record for the model.
The yellow and black car wasn’t a run-of-the-mill S2000, however. It was a rare, limited edition Club Racer model with just 123 miles on the odometer.
The Club Racer is a track-focused version of the S2000 with a 237 hp four-cylinder engine, a modified chassis and bodywork, plus other updates to improve its performance.
The car was offered for sale by Graham Rahal Performance, which is owned by the IndyCar driver of the same name. It had a single owner in Florida before it was recently acquired by the sports car dealer.
Forty-one bids were placed on what enthusiasts of the model consider a holy grail example before the auctioned ended with the $200,000 bid.
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The next highest price paid for an S2000 at a public auction is believed to be in the $125,000 range.