"And to think these used to be the butt of our Essex boy jokes. Back then, in the 1970s, when the Dagenham dustbin in its simple-lined ubiquity was king, it was only the oil crisis and the accompanying rise in "
We love Honda. Every car they have made seems intelligent, creatively rendered and the right side of quirk. And the little S600 is a high water mark in Honda-ism, in our opinion.
Launched in 1964, The S600 it was powered by an efficient little 600cc engine that could wind it up to 90MPH: it weighed only a shade over 700KG in the roadster version – a light, nippy and simple triumph – and the fastback was an interesting counterpoint to the ragtop – like a shrunken, bizarro E-type for the young aspiring sarariman.
Picture this in the garage this summer. Delectable.
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