If you travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin you will find the ultimate Honda collection at The RealTime Collection Hall.
The Honda collection is the largest privately-held display of vintage Honda and Acura vehicles in North America.
The collection is operated by RealTime Racing and the team’s founder, Peter Cunningham is responsible for curating the fantastic Honda collection.
Unfortunately, The RealTime Collection Hall is not open to the public. So enjoy this video!
The RealTime Racing Honda Collection
It’s pretty cool that several cars in the collection were raced professionally and then kept in such nice condition. If I owned the Honda collection, I would feature one of the NSXs or S2000s in the showroom. Peter Cunningham keeps a mint condition first generation Honda Accord in his showroom. It might be an important part of Honda’s history, but it doesn’t compare to the performance and looks of the NSX and S2000. Either way, it’s an awesome Honda collection and I commend Peter for following his dream.
From Road and Track:
“Honda flew a video team out to Wisconsin to check out Cunningham’s extensive collection, and it’s clear he didn’t cut any corners. Pretty much every significant Honda you can think of has a spot in the building. There are several early US models with just a handful of miles on the clock, and lots of sports cars. There are S600s, Civic Sis, CRXs, and more. Out of the five (!) Integra Type Rs, two of them are JDM imports and one is a sedan.
Perhaps the craziest part about this collection isn’t the cars themselves, but something else entirely. Cunningham was able to dig up pictures of the first-ever Honda dealership in the US from the 1950s, and had a replica of the building storefront rebuilt inside the hangar. He even sourced the exact truck found in one of the pictures to display in front of the windows. This guy really loves Honda.”
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