American turned Honda NSX into a motorhome to travel with a dogJune 21, 2020
U.S. resident Chris Cut decided to travel the country with his dog in a two-door first-generation Honda NSX sports car. To do this, he installed a full-fledged camping tent on the car, turning the compartment into a motorhome.
First, the owner of Honda modified the sports car, replacing the front bumper, putting new “skirts” and lowering the suspension. But this didn’t seem enough to him, and he decided to install a tent on the roof of the NSX in order to avoid roadside hotels.
The first design option was an ordinary folding tent, which was mounted on the back of the sports car and supported by an impromptu staircase. But the strength of this design still did not allow you to comfortably sit in a tent for a long time.
Then Chris decided to order the body of another Honda NSX in order to cut it in half and turn it into a kind of trailer, on the roof of which the tent will be installed. After the project is completed, the man plans to drive through all the major US national parks with his dog.
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