I'm not sure what you are implying Norm but my take on it is this:NormanB said:Did you notice she barely got above 20mph and was covering the brakes!
I read a review of one in a 1975 issue of Popular Mechanics. A short while later I went to a nearby town to buy a '75 Honda Civic, and saw a '72 600 hiding in the rear of the lot. Of all the cars I test drove that summer it was the only one I could shift smoothly on first try. It had 1100 miles on it and I paid $1100 for it. It had originally been given away as a "Buy a new Cadillac and get a second car free!" deal. The original owner hadn't even peeled the plastic protective wrap off the door panels. It lasted 50,000 miles then died of timing chain failure. Damned good car for me at the time as a student in college. My favorite picture of it has it parked rear-end first in the back of my uncle's ford pickup. The rear axel was 48" wheel hub to wheel hub and so slid perfectly between that truck's 48.5" fender well spacing.docta said:I remember the Honda car---600cc aircooled