When GT Meets Street: Henry Kosasih’s Sorcery NA1 NSX

Here at MaydayGarage we make it a point to show the world what we, as ricers, would like. A few weeks ago we shared with our readers Dennis Muriel’s Do-luck kitted NSX. Ultra clean and “ in-between the lines tuning” were a few of the words that we used to describe Dennis’ style. This week however, we are sharing a different perspective. A perspective of an NSX build that steps outside the lines for a mix between GT and street, we’d like to share with you Henry Kosasih’s version, a widebody Sorcery NA1 NSX.

Just a part of the scenery..

Just a part of the scenery..

Sitting down over a cup of coffee, Mayday Mikey mentioned to me what it was like the first time he laid eyes upon Henry’s NSX. “ It was as though time stood still, the NSX was stuck there in the moment, allowing you to take it all in, everything that the car had to offer.” Funny how a piece of machinery can make time stand dead in its tracks.

Dead in it's tracks.

Dead in it's tracks.

I have been fortunate to know Henry for a few years now, and I will tell you that he is no slouch when it comes to building cars. Coming from the European world with a bad ass E46 M3, Henry decided to step up his game with the NSX. And knowing how he had built his M before it was no secret that the day the NSX landed in henrys lap in 2006, it wasn’t going to be a simple tune.

Mayday Garage was here.

Mayday Garage was here.