1991 Honda Beat
Japanese market kei cars are so appealing for their diminutive size, but they just don’t make much sense on American roads. However, with some tuning, a bit of extra power might wake them up. Plus, any compact mid-engined roadster is automatically awesome.
This Honda Beat has seen some modifications, including a new front bumper, a titanium exhaust, and the iconic Volk TE37 alloy wheels – all well-chosen bits that make this car truly special. Even the blue lug nuts work here – on some cars, colored lugs just look showy, but here they add a nice accent to the otherwise monochromatic look. We love it. We don’t know if we’d fit, but we love it.
It’s on Japanese Classics in Richmond, Virginia for $10,695 or offer.