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1972 Honda N600

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Yoda
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I knew a girl who drove one of those from the Salt Lake City area,
to Eureka,CA in the early '70's - without a radio!
 

Craig Robin

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Did you end up getting it? I am not planning to spend money on classic car because they are hard to maintain. The person who posted have a massive collection of old cars.
 

cwdubya

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No, I haven't reached out to them. I feel like the price is a little high, and I don't have the physical space to store the two other bodies and all of the parts. If I had a huge shop I wouldn't mind going and taking a look, but right now, it's probably not a possibility for me. From time to time, I've seen Fiats and other projects like this that would be interesting, but that are just too much for me to take on. If it was just one body and the parts to go with it, I could definitely do it, but I never feel comfortable enough to ask if they'll break up their collection.
 

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That was a fun car back in the day. Collectable and rather uncommon today. Basically a 4 wheel motorcycle. Loved the shifter on the dash (but I don't recall an automatic).
 
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