What is the last thing you would expect from the classic little Honda S600? Acceleration? Burnouts? Extended wheel base? Yeah. Any single one of those things would get you surprised, but this next car combines all of those attributes into one insane Honda subcompact sitting on a Ford Model A frame with big block V8 power. Find this 1972 Honda N600 Hot Rod offered for $8500 in Weaverville, NC via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1972 honda n600
paint color: yellow
title status: clean
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1972 Honda N600 with mostly stock interior
Very easy to get in and out…you don’t crawl in and out of this one.
All gauges, lights, including speedo work
Model A headlights with H-4 halogen bulbs
GM 1 wire alternator
Competition GM Yellow single stage paint it’s not perfect but shines
Mounted on a 1929 Model A Ford Frame
1941 Ford front axle suicide spring behind dropped 8 inches
1995 Lincoln Town car Air Spring 8.8 rear 3.55 posi gear triangulated off the rear of the frame
I call it more of a Hot Rod than a Rat Rod
BBF 460 60 over blueprinted with a C-6 transmission stock stall and runs on pump gas 90 or 93 octane
Trans-Dapt mounts and cross members
Comp Cam, Holley 750 vac secondary’s, Bug Catcher, Hand Made Header’s with boat baffles
Aluminum Radiator keeps it cool… 160 degree thermostat runs 170 degrees all day even in this heat
Hurst Shifter solid mount no cable
1953 Ford F-1 steering box
Quick release steering wheel
4 wheel disk brakes…E-Brake works too
New tires on Chrome Steelies
13 Gallon fuel cell filled with foam and fuel sender,
Cars rides extremely soft or stiff if you want…. it’s easy to drive and handles like a Go-Cart. I’ve had it on a couple of 120 mile trips with no troubles.
And drive to town on numerous short runs. It’s very dependable. I’ve done this kinda work for 40 plus years.
Have to many vehicles I love to drive this one but need to let this one go. Around 5000 miles on the build
The price isn’t even close to what it cost to build.
Kids love it and gets attention driving down the road and wherever it’s parked.
Price is Firm $ 8500
You Tube of the build
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