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.
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.