The Ultimate Commuter Car? 1994 Honda Civic VX

What’s the most important factor when you’re looking for a commuter car: fuel economy, reliability, price, or whether it’s fun to drive? And I don’t mean contractors or other specialists who buy specific vehicles for businesses, like full-sized pickups… more»

Classic Commuter: 1990 Honda Civic EX

The fourth-generation Honda Civic is considered by many to be the break-through generation for the gold standard of commuter cars. While Honda had long established itself as a dominant manufacturer of competent small cars that were actually fun to… more»

One Owner! 1989 Honda Prelude Si

Honda’s first sports car was its S500, launched in 1963. It entered a market already populated with Datsun’s Fairlady and soon, Toyota’s Sports 800. From then, it was just a few short years until Japanese sports cars proliferated into… more»

Balloon Tire 3-Wheeler: 1970 Honda US90

Big deal, five extra tires, that’s what the internet is for, right? Just do a quick search and buy some new balloon tires, badda-bing. Wait, there aren’t any? I believe that the ribbed front tire is the one to… more»

Stored For Years: 1986 Honda CRX

The history of this 1986 Honda CRX is unclear, although the seller claims it has spent years in storage. They don’t specify when or for how long, but its condition suggests nobody has tried to wear out this Japanese… more»

Desirable 4-Speed: 1972 Honda CT70HK1 “Trail 70”

Honda produced a range of small motorcycles designed to get the world on wheels. Its iconic Super Cub remains the highest-selling vehicle in automotive history, with over 100 million rolling off the line. The CT70, also known as the… more»

One Family Owned: 1987 Honda CRX

The Honda CRX has long been viewed as one of the predominant hot hatches of the 1980s, but for many of the original buyers of this model, it was more sought after for being an economical mode of transportation… more»

Nicest One Left? 1990 Honda Pilot FL400R

“Every so often a machine bursts onto the scene, a machine that’s so extraordinary it doesn’t fit into a class – it creates one. And there’s no better example than the Honda Pilot. Designed to give you a new… more»

Estate Sale: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T and More!

It’s sad when you see someone’s entire world being auctioned off. That’s because no one else loved that stuff like the deceased, and the memories he/she once had are all but lost. Case-in-point is this upcoming auction in Ashland,… more»

Crazy Custom: 1980 Honda Gold Wing Coach

  Some custom builds are so crazy and left-field that they almost defy description. Such is the case with this 1980 Honda Gold Wing. It started life as a comfortable open-road touring motorcycle that could carry two people. However,… more»

JDM Pack Mule: 1982 Honda CT50 Motra

“A reliable bike that lets you ride through the fields and mountains like a 4WD. If you go by Motra, the earth will quickly turn into an interesting land.” It goes on, “I want to act light, but I… more»

No Reserve Low-Mile 1996 Honda del Sol

Honda developed a reputation of marching to the beat of a different drummer, producing some of the more interesting small cars to grace showrooms and our roads. Nowhere is that better demonstrated than with this 1996 del Sol. This… more»

39k Miles? 1978 Honda Accord

In 1978, the Honda Accord was still in its very early days of production, having just been introduced as a ’76 model, with the first-generation cars appearing much differently from how their modern sedan styling looks nowadays.  One of… more»

Runs And Drives: 1972 Honda Z600

Finding a 1972 Honda Z600 today is a pretty rare occurrence. But what if you ran across two of them in the same week painted in the same color? That’s the case here when two of our readers turned… more»

Cheap Micro Car: 1972 Honda Z600 Project

The Z600 is the coupe hatchback alternative to the N600, both being “kei” or microcars produced by Honda in Japan. More than 40,000 were produced between 1970 and 1974 with some being imported to the U.S. and sold by… more»

High Fuel Efficiency: 1985 Honda CRX HF

Alphabet soup vehicle names have been around for decades. It’s either random numbers and letters of seemingly nonsensical names that may or may not have ancient Latin meanings. Or, words that are meaningful in the country of origin for… more»

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