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1972 Honda Z600 Coupe. Full Nut and Bolt Restoration! Very High Quality Car!

1972 Honda Other Z600 Coupe for sale in Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

Item location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
Make: Honda
Model: Other
SubModel: Coupe
Type: Coupe
Trim: Z600 Coupe
Year: 1972
Mileage: 35,146
VIN: AZ6001017050
Color: Sport Yellow
Engine size: .6L
Number of cylinders: 2
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: rwd
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Honda Other 1972

1972 Honda Z600 Coupe Description

1972 Honda Z600 Coupe

To be featured in a future episode of Gas Monkey’s Fast N Loud this current season Full nut and bolt restoration to extremly high standards Sport Yellow interior with black accents and newer black interior Recent chrome, bumpers and trim 600cc SOHC inline two-cylinder engine producing 36HP Keihin-Seiki sidedraft carburator Fully synchronized four-speed manual transmission All suspension, engine, exhaust, steering rack, clutch and undercarriage have been rebuilt and detailed Front disc brakes, factory fog lights and tachometer Factory radio with original instruction book, original owner’s manual, every registration slip from new, original brochures and the original dealer’s sales receipt from the day the car was bought

If you’re looking for a tiny car that Makes a Lot of Sense and Just Feels Right, come by MotoeXotica Classic Cars and check out this fully nut and bolt restored 1972 Honda Z600 Coupe. Before the Honda Civic debuted in the U.S. the following year, the 600 was Honda’s first mass market car sold here. According to the Honda Fact Book, this is one of 15,500 coupes made from 1970 to 1972 and this cute little Honda will be featured in a future episode of Gas Monkey’s Fast N Loud this current season!

Dressed in Sport Yellow, the car’s paint and trim are in excellent show quality condition. The windows are clear and intact, including the rear side vent windows. The car’s lights, including the factory fog lights, are clear and haze-free. This Honda rides on 145R10 radials, surrounding vented, factory alloy wheels. The tires and wheels are in great condition.

The car’s bodywork is straight and solid, including the vertical door handles, however there is a blemish at the right rear of the roof. The cargo bay is in very good order, the engine bay is extremely tidy, the battery looks fresh and the bumpers fit well to the body. All suspension, engine, exhaust, steering rack, clutch and undercarriage parts were rebuilt and detailed.

Under the hood is a .6L inline two-cylinder engine with a Keihin-Seiki sidedraft carburetor mated to a fully synchronized four-speed manual transmission. Driver convenience features include front disc brakes, fog lights and a tachometer.

Inside, the black vinyl seats are in excellent condition while the matching carpet looks very good. The contrasting headliner is in decent shape, while the black instrument panel, three-spoke steering wheel, the driver’s inner door panel has a stain while the passenger’s door panel, the mirror glass and shift lever that inserts into the firewall are all in good order. Completing the interior is a factory AM radio.

The two-door Honda Z debuted in October 1970 and was marketed until 1973 in most countries. US sales (only with the larger 600 cc engine) lasted for model years 1970 through 1972, ending prior to the 1973 introduction of the Civic. Marketed as the “sport coupé” version of the N600, the two were sold side-by-side at American motorcycle dealerships until the first stand alone automobile dealers opened to market the Civic. Total production was 40,586 units.

In certain countries, such as the USA, the Z600 name simply reflected the engine’s size of 598cc. In December 1971, the Z360 received a facelift and a water-cooled engine. The engine’s technical achievements reflected influence from Honda’s larger 1.3L air-cooled four-cylinder used in the Honda 1300 coupe and sedan.

The Z featured coil sprung and independent front suspension and leaf springs on a beam axle rear suspension. The interior accommodated two adults, with a very small rear seat. A rear glass hatch with a black plastic surround opened to a shallow cargo area. Below the cargo area a compartment, accessible via a lid beneath the number plate, held the spare wheel and tools.

Factory radio with original instruction book, original owner’s manual, every registration slip from new, original brochures and the original dealer’s sales receipt from the day the car was bought.

Competition to this Honda in 1972 included Fiat’s 500 and 600 models, Subaru’s 360 and Volkswagen’s Beetle.

This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 35,146 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!

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VIN: AZ6001017050 EIN: N600E2515533

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