Hardcore Honda enthusiasts should instantly recognize this 1972 Honda Z600 Coupe, which along with the N600 was the first Honda sold in the United States. While small, the fuel savings this kei car provided was mighty for its time, and since the oil crisis was in full swing many consumers flocked to Honda for relief at the pump. There was the added bonus of this car being extremely affordable, making them popular with people just getting a start in life.
Powering it is a 598 cc SOHC two-cylinder air-cooled engine paired to a snappy four-speed manual transmission and power brakes. Combined with its miniscule curb weight, driving this Honda is incredibly entertaining.