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This 1983 Honda City Turbo II (VIN AA1404773) is an interesting little JDM model with factory flares and graphics, not to mention an optional folding 50cc Motocompo scooter that goes in the trunk. The car itself will need work–it’s not running and has other issues, too–but the little Honda scooter is NOS with zero miles and even retains factory protective plastic on the seat. Find the pair here on Craigslist in Newburgh, New York for $7,500.
The car sounds to have been imported some time ago, the seller claiming that it was kept in a California museum for most of its life. We see yellowing paint and quite a bit of flakes and chips, too, but the seller says that dings are minor and minimal and that rust is limited to a one-inch spot in a wheel well. The interior isn’t shown in full frame, but is said to be clean apart from a small hole in the rear seat.
Power comes from a little 1231cc four shared with normally aspirated models, but at 100 HP (eight more in later Turbos), the compressor nearly doubled output. Mileage is given as 70,510km, though the car has been sitting for some time and isn’t currently running–the seller doesn’t speculate as to why, but the engine bay looks complete and all stock.
Though offered as a factory option (and also available in yellow and red), this car did not come with a Motocompo from new–the seller bought it as NOS and then imported it to go with the car. It’s said to have never been filled with gas or oil, and as seen here, even retains a factory fitted plastic protective cover on the seat. Condition looks and sounds to be very good, and the seller’s claims of $3k-$5k used value aren’t a stretch–this unused example could be worth quite a bit more to the right party.
Sale is for both car and scooter–the seller refuses to separate. The little hatch itself is definitely worth saving providing it’s not totally trashed and a good parts supply chain can be arranged. Here’s a slightly nicer one featured here earlier–the red stripes should be considered mandatory for anyone looking to restore this one.