The Very First Honda Made for the U.S. Market Is Being Restored by the Guy Born to Do It

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Car mechanic/restorer and Honda specialist Tim Mings has a special place in his heart (and possibly his beard) for the N600, which was Honda's introduction to the U.S. car market back in the 1960s. Turns out that one of the random N600s he bought and kept in storage for years is the vaunted Serial One, better known as the very first Honda N600. 

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