I've had my 1995 NSX for about a year now, including about 9 months of daily-driving in the Washington DC area. Here are some highlights from the past year!
The car had 83,500 miles at purchase. It was very lightly modded, including the following: Eibach springs over Bilstein shocks, Downforce intake scoop, Racing Hart C2 wheels and HIDs. I probably would have done very similar mods myself.
A stop outside of Houston, TX. The car's all aluminum and isn't bothered by weather.
The car is Midnight Pearl or PB-73P, one of the rarest NSX colors produced. Of course that means there are two in the DC area.
Had to do some minor repairs to start, including replacing the battery, two O2 sensors (1995/1996 models burn these frequently) and replacing some engine seals. Still sexy as hell although I'm still trying to capture it in pictures properly.
I also own a 1993 Acura Legend but sent it back to California after winter because my folks needed another daily driver. That car had 290,000 miles on it.
One of my first meets was Fair Lakes Cars and Coffee in Fairfax, VA. However I soon discovered Katie's C&C in Great Falls, VA which is probably the best regular car meet I've ever seen. While an NSX attracts attention at almost any car event, at Katie's C&C it is pretty average. The caliber of cars at this Cars and Coffee is amazing.
I began to regular attend DC-area NSX events, including a big NSX meet at Pohanka Acura. That event was a lot of fun, including the part where we crashed the Ferrari meet nearby. Hey, we're Pininfarina too!
A couple of us also went down to Virginia Tech's annual meet which included driving probably the best roads in Virginia. Also you can see I added a Shine GT-Spec front lip. I got tired of scraping the bumper and purchased a sacrificial front lip instead.