The first-generation Acura NSX supercar has received certified collector car status. But, as it turned out, not all of them are stored in conditions corresponding to this status. A video of the first wash of a 1995 Acura NSX in several years has appeared on the WD Detailing YouTube channel. It has allegedly been standing in an open area next to a forest for the past two years.
It would seem that this is not such a long time, but it is enough for mold, debris and new “tenants” to appear in the cabin. While loading the trailer, a mouse ran out from under the car. Another one finally made it to the workshop and jumped out of the engine compartment when they started to wash it.
Later, technicians discovered a huge mouse nest behind the engine. Because of the persistent smell, they even had to work in respirators and constantly ventilate the garage. Traces of mice and mold were also found under the seats.
The WD Detailing team was able to quickly deal with dried dirt on the body and unpleasant marks in the interior. True, this required dismantling the seats. We also had to bring the scratched and faded black paintwork back to life.