Michael Lamm didn’t cotton to the Honda S600 roadster that he owned, preferring basso profundo torque monsters to 12,000 RPM soprano screamers. Still, it’s a very cool little car. I’m sure that it would be the least expensive part of any restoration project, but if you’ve ever dreamed of owning a piece of Honda and automotive history, the $500 that’s being asked for this S600 in British Columbia is almost pocket change. Mike paid $470 for a S600 windshield in 2001. If your taste does run to the upper registers, you’ll have to find one of those 12,000 RPM sopranos because, as the listing on Craigslist says, “Shes rough. No motor.”
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