The ONLY N and Z600 mechanic left IN THE WORLD, Tim Mings, discovered the very first 1967 Honda N600, bearing the serial number “1000001” on his own junk lot. After getting the car verified by the Honda corporation itself, Tim and his crew went to work restoring the relic back to its former glory. About three feet smaller than most of the cars on the road back in the late 60’s, the N600 used its lightweight construction and threadbare powertrain to enter the US market at a time just before the gas shortages of the early 70’s, which catapulted the brand into the ubiquity and reliability we all know Honda for today.
[VIDEO] The Very First Honda In The US Has Been Beautifully Restored
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