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This 1966 S600 is a LHD model that was bought by a US serviceman stationed in Japan and shipped to the USA upon his return. We like these early examples with round rear lights. There are several types of alloy wheels that work well, but you can’t go wrong with the factory chrome hubcaps as shown here. Find it here on eBay in Jackson, Missouri for $39,900 OBO.

This 1966 S600 is a LHD model that was bought by a US serviceman stationed in Japan and shipped to the USA upon his return. We like these early examples with round rear lights. There are several types of alloy wheels that work well, but you can’t go wrong with the factory chrome hubcaps as shown here. Find it here on eBay in Jackson, Missouri for $39,900 OBO.

1965 Honda S600. The S-600 available as a convertible & a fastback coupe and was Honda's first "mass marketed" car. Also the first Honda available in two "trim" levels: standard and a special "upgraded" package called the SM600 which included special paint, badging and quick release of the passenger seat. It was first offered with only Right Hand Steering, but Left Hand Steering was quickly made available for the Export Market. 11,284 convertibles were built between 1964 and 1966

1965 Honda S600. The S-600 available as a convertible & a fastback coupe and was Honda's first "mass marketed" car. Also the first Honda available in two "trim" levels: standard and a special "upgraded" package called the SM600 which included special paint, badging and quick release of the passenger seat. It was first offered with only Right Hand Steering, but Left Hand Steering was quickly made available for the Export Market. 11,284 convertibles were built between 1964 and 1966

Honda S600

Honda S600

Honda 1967 S600

Honda 1967 S600

68 Mustang Coupe - my favorite Mustang of all time

68 Mustang Coupe - my favorite Mustang of all time

HONDA S600

HONDA S600

1963 Honda S500

1963 Honda S500

1965 Honda S600

1965 Honda S600

Honda S600

Honda S600

Bo Zolland Makes Volvo P1800 Look Awesome Again

Bo Zolland Makes Volvo P1800 Look Awesome Again