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Old 06-04-2006, 11:00 PM   #1
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12 Honda Beats for sale in Canada

That's right MetroMPG... there are TWELVE being imported by the same guy who sold the one you mentioned in this thread:

http://www.gassavers.org/showthread.php?p=448

Click here to see the information on the 12 vehicles being imported:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/RARE-...QQcmdZViewItem
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Old 06-04-2006, 11:08 PM   #2
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Those are awsome! I want one. I would be dwarfed in texas for sure. I could easily fit that under some trucks that drive the roads here. Tiny! I love it. I did some drifting on this car on GT4, fun to drive.
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wow what a car i never knew such a car exsited from honda.

HOly **** i bet it weighs lighter than an insight. More fun to drive too i bet, only 600 c motor? AMAZING!

i guess couldn't be sold here because of safety reasons.
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I can't imagine shifting with my left hand..
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I've driven right hand drive cars before, it's odd, but interesting. Fun, fun.

I found the strangest part is riding as a passenger on the left side.
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Man that is SWEET! But I wonder what it takes to get it legal for US roads.
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it sounds like they have it regesterd as a 1980? if that is the case then it is over 20 years old, and is a collectible vehicle and can be imported to the US without much truble.
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wow what a car i never knew such a car exsited from honda.

HOly **** i bet it weighs lighter than an insight. More fun to drive too i bet, only 600 c motor? AMAZING!

i guess couldn't be sold here because of safety reasons.
Only 660cc indeed! but putting out 64 hp stock! It would have motorcycle like throttle response as well if this one was equipped with the stock ITB's. I've always been a fan of them, they're so small and sporty looking.

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it sounds like they have it regesterd as a 1980? if that is the case then it is over 20 years old, and is a collectible vehicle and can be imported to the US without much truble.
Hmm, that's rather sneeky. They were only made from 1991-1996, so they can't possible be 1980's models, seems like you coudl get in a lot of trouble for lieing about that.

Some more info,
they only weigh about 1700 lbs, and that includes the convertible top and power windows (both rather heavy luxuries)
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that horse power rating isn't all that bad concidering that in the early 90's honda's 600cc motorcycle engines put out over 100 hp, and their 600cc 4 cylender motorcycle engines with ITB fuel injection, and of course a 13,000rpm red line, put out around 117HP, now that is just insane for a 370 pound motorcycle, and it explanes why there is one that looks like nearly every part of it both hit, and slid along the ground as it fliped over while a kid was screwing around.
anyway, tuning an engine that size, with that kind of tecnoligy, I would love to just get my hands on the drive trane.
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