1965 Honda S600: Rat-Ready

s600honda

These Honda S600s always seem to be completely restored or completely taken apart. I’d say that’s due to the fact that finding parts for these cars is so difficult that it pays to keep up with the maintenance, or for the same reason, the car falls increasingly into disrepair. I don’t know what happened to this 1965 example Barn Finds reader Jim S found on eBay, but it definitely falls into the latter category. The interior is a mess, the body is rusty, and the motor and transmission are long-gone. Of course, if anyone has watched a recent episode of Jay Leno’s Garage where a guest swapped in a high-strung motorcycle engine, you might see this as a project with some serious potential as a rat-rod. What would you do?

WANT ADS

WANTED 1925-1995 Vintage RV’s, Airstreams, Spartans, Vans, VW, etc Airstream We buy vintage trailers and motorhomes of most makes. We buy Airstreams of all years. Contact

WANTED 1960-1964 Chevrolet corvair WTB Gen1 Chevrolet Corvair Contact

WANTED 66 or 67 Chevrolet chevelle would like a strong big block and 4 speed Contact

WANTED 1977 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Mint condition sport model bucket seats T tops Contact

WANTED 1960 to 2005 Honda any Looking to buy low mileage original Japanese vehicles for my collection Duncanimports.com. gary dunc Contact

Submit Your Want Ad

Comments

  1. Tim H

    Yup a noncompetitive dwarf race car, narrowed with a cool body stuck on it. I have a berkeley body and dwarf stalled project. In my imagination it is awesome.

  2. DENIS

    shivvverrrrr….

  3. 1ST-RAT

    I thought you were suggesting the installation of a RAT motor. Now then we would be talking. Did I hear anyone say 572?

  4. George

    Perfect for a blown big block ala Big Daddy Roth! Reserve not met at $250. It looks like it recently had $1,200 on the windshield.

  5. JW454

    How about something like a Hayabusa engine? Those are supposed to make great torque and horsepower in a small package.

  6. Steve

    24 Hours of LeMons car!

Leave A Comment

RULES: No profanity, politics, or personal attacks.

Become a member to add images to your comments.

*

Keep me in the conversation via email. Or subscribe without commenting.