Honda AZ600 AZ 600 Z600 Coupe micro car mini

Price: - Item location: Tempe, Arizona, United States
  • Make: Honda
  • Model: AZ600 AZ 600 Z600
  • SubModel: Coupe
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 42,121
  • VIN: AZ600 1002500
  • Color: Pumpkin Orange
  • Engine size: 598 cc Air-Cooled
  • Number of cylinders: 2
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: Leather Seats
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1972 Honda AZ600 AZ 600 Z600

This two-doorHonda ZCoupe 1972 fully restored .A lot off work and time has gone into this car . This was a running driving car from California and was in good shape to start with . We have restored 4 of these and know where the problem spots/issues are . This car has been taken apart and been pained correctly as would come from the factory .Brake system has been rebuilt and functionsas it should . The engineand transmission have been gone throughand replaced or repairedand issues. Charging systemis working with brand new battery from Walmart, so easy replacement 2 year warranty. All 5 tires are new with 50 miles on then . Interior is brand new . Parts for this car are not mad, meaning you must rebuild or remake the parts needed or find parts car or three. This car has been restored by retired machinist, aircraft pilot, mechanics and professionals restorers .These were the first Honda cars imported into the USA. They were sold at Honda Motorcycledealerships for the mlp of $1340. These cars were made for 1 year making it a rare car and even harder to find parts for.The AZ600 was powered by a 2 cylinder air-cooledmotor pushing 32horsepower, same a the VW bug but the AZ600 was 500 lb lighter, considered a "hot-rod shopping cart." They all came with a 4 speed manual transmission.
If you would like any other informationor pictures on this car, please ask. If you would like to come look at it we are availablefrom 8 am til 3 pm AZ standardtime.
Below are two videos that we took of this specific car to really show off all the detail that went into the restoration.