" Every now and then we come across a small, Japanese utilitarian vehicles (or kei car) that floats our automotive boat. They're designed to be cheap and to help transcend various taxes and other regulations, but inadvertently at times they seem "
Go Little Honda
Of all the odes to bike culture that have ever emerged across the media platforms, the Beach Boy-penned sixties hit Little Honda by the Hondells is one of the least expected.
You might normally associate west coast petroliste cool with burbling ’55 gassers, hogs and T-Birds, but somewhere in the wake of the surf pop boom of the early sixties (just before the invasion of the Beatles) there was a blip.
Getting around as a teeny bopper could mean cheap, accessible fun every bit as much as the weighty machismo of 400 or so cubic inches.
Innocent times. And kind of cool with it.
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