Auction Watch: 1975 Honda Civic Jolly Clone
Find this 1975 Honda Civic Jolly Clone here on eBay offered for $5,000 buy-it-now or make-offer located in Oklahoma City, OK.
Customized 1973 Honda civic, street legal, special wheels &
tires, will run on beach sand, lightweight approx. 1400 lbs, Strong
overhead cam hemi engine with about 55 hp & 85 mph top speed, two
speed semi automatic. This car has been parked for the last 5 years
& is not running @ this time, due to fuel issues basically
carburetor & fuel tank & no brakes, This could cost up to $500.
to have it fixed.
Building a beach car may have been an odd choice in a state whose name translates to "Help! There isn't any water here!" but the end result is pretty well executed.
Lake Eufaula, 600 miles of shoreline, just sayin'
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Kaibeezy–one of my favorite Lake Eufala exits on I-40 is Lotawatah Rd. đź™‚
Matt, while I certainly appreciate the humor of your comment, as a former resident of Oklahoma, who used to live on the shores of Oklahoma City's Lake Hefner, water skied on several of its Lakes, and one who currently makes his living working for Oklahoma based companies from the comfort of his California home, I am compelled to offer the following statistic: Oklahoma,(because of its many man-made lakes) has 11,611 miles of shoreline, more than the combined non-tidal coasts of the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico.
PS. Oklahoma actually comes from the Choctaw words Okla Humma which means…red people
Apologies if that's too BaT-like a response.
Cutting the roof off a unibody shell generally has bad consequences. However, I suppose with that top, you are never likely to want to drive over about 20 mph, so maybe it doesn't matter. It certainly looks charming.