Honda Beat Micro car 660 highly collectible , 100% rust feee
- Condition: Used
- Make: Honda
- Model: Other
- SubModel: Honda Beat Mid engine micro sport car
- Type: Convertible
- Trim: SPORTSCAR
- Year: 1980
- Mileage: 57,000
- VIN: xxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Color: Silver
- Engine size: 660
- Number of cylinders: 3
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Windows
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Gray
- Options: Convertible
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1980 Honda Other Honda Beat Mid engine micro sport car
When have you seen one of these aroun, ere whe have my 1991 early Vin number Honda Bea, nd even more hard tofind this one has NO rust and is in very good used conditio, he car drives greatand all gears work very wel, he Honda had a 1000$ new soft top about a year ago (genuine Honda) . its starts great . The AC needsgas .the body is totally rust fre, here is a small scratch on the left had lower rear pane, and the top of the front bumper has some sun fading. I had the car in my private collection and used it on a couple of car show. When parked nexst to a normal car you see how small it really is . it fits in a the back of a full seize pick up .nice also totow behind a RV. A rust free honda Beat is a hard to find item even in Japan so if you’re a micro car collector have a look . commes with owners manuel and books
The car is from 1991 !!!!!! 25 years old so legal to import in the U, had towrite down 1980 AS EBAY dose not take the vin number .
THE BUY IT NOW PRICE IS INCLUDING SCHIPPING TO THE US, do all the paperwork on my side bring the car to the port and have it shipped to any USor CanadianMAIN port !!!! you just have to collect it pay local taxand drive it home . have a look at my feedbac, uying and selling all over the world for over 40 year, erfect feedback recent sold a Land rover to the US .
The Honda Beat is a rear wheel drive, id-engined two-seat roadster kei car produced from May 1991 to February 1996. The Beat was the last car to be approved by Soichiro Honda before he died in 1991. Most of the production (around two-thirds) occurred in the first year, nd then production and sales fell drastically and not many good ones where left . The design of the car came from Pininfarina, who then sold the design plan to Honda. The Beat was one of many cars designed to take advantage of Japan's tax-efficient kei car class.
There were two mainstream models of the Beat (the PP1–100 and the PP1–110) and a couple of limited edition versions. Variations on the first model were just cosmetic updates. Only the second model had any real mechanical differences. All cars were offered with the option of a driver's side airbag. The car was sold exclusively in Japan at Honda Primo dealership sales channels.
In typical Honda fashion, he Beat's engine did not utilize a turbocharger or supercharger. The 656 cc (40.0 cu in) engine was modified with the MTREC (Multi Throttle Responsive Engine Control) system, ith individual throttle bodies for each of the three cylinders, o produce 64 PS (63 bhp) at 8100 rpm with an electronically limited top speed of 135 km/h (84 mph). Only a manual transmission was available. The MTREC design would filter down to the 1993 Honda Today kei car.
The Honda beat is now a highly collectible micro ca, oved by many Japanese and micro car collectors