For some time now, Jason from Engineering Explained has been teaching us about all areas of our shared passion—and now we get to share in something a little more personal. His method of clearly explaining seemingly complex mechanical and technical parts of a car is both enjoyable and beneficial. Now he's got some more explaining to do, because he just bought a new project car for the EE garage.

It's a 2002 Honda S2000, which is a choice we can definitely get behind. Jason states that he wanted something lightweight, rear-wheel-drive, and with two seats. Seems like the S2000 fits that bill perfectly. Especially if it's a machine that is in good shape, but not great shape.

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He doesn't spill his plans for fixes and upgrades for his new project, but it's clear from the video that he's found a very clean machine. His prior Subaru is gone now, but he's adding a new Crosstrek into his fleet to pair up with the Honda. That's a good garage, especially for the Pacific Northwest.

Enjoy your new ride Jason. We look forward to learning more about it as you maintain and upgrade it along the way.