This Honda Turbo II was spotted on rarecarsforsaleblog.com. Modified in a few ways, it's a Japanese imprt, which is why the VIN is shorter than US manufactured vehicles. This VIN # appears on ALL DOCUMENTS including the U.S. Customs Release, Virginia Title, and Registration.
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This is a very rare, fun little car to drive and is in great condition – especially considering its age. Only 122k miles. Powered by a 1.2L Turbo Charged engine, it is one of the few factory turbo charged vehicles Honda ever produced. Designed to seat 4 adults comfortably, it has more interior room than one would think. The aggressive styling sets this car apart from the pack with large fender flares and a bulldog treatment. It’s hard not to smile when you see this going down the road.
The interior is in decent condition. The dash is in great shape – no cracks, and the digital speedometer works great. The front seats have seat covers on them as they appear to have been replaced at some point in this little car’s life. They are pictured with and without the covers installed.
This car has an Electronic Controlled Wastegate for improved fuel efficiency. Built in April 1985, it has the Composite Connecting Rods that were standard in the March 1985 and subsequent models. This was a feature to reduce rotational mass and further improve the already great gas mileage these cars get. It is mechanically sound and drives well. A very unique piece of Honda History!