edmunds.com lists a 2004 nsk at 77k :P do your research. And the kid did say it was a stock car (I just didn't mention it). I could care less if a m3 got beat by something that was REMOTELY possible like racing a b16 turbo hatchback running 20lbs of boost. Their story was not possible. I'm not here to have an argument with you Donald. Also all of those links you posted put the new pricing on those cars well over 60k. And I'm bias, but I'm realastic. A stock "super car" NSX will NEVER beat a supercharged e46 m3 in any race except maybe around twisties but even that would be a stretch. I would find it hard to see a turbo NSX beat a supercharged e46 m3.
Also they might be great cars, but to call them super cars is a HUGE stretch and the price is even more of a stretch for these cars. A 350z would probably spank one of these in a drag.