1971 Honda Vamos

Here's one we'd never heard of! The Vamos was based on Honda's mini-truck, the TN360, and was a mini-Jeep competitor (think Suzuki).


The interwebs consistently indicate that about 2,500 of these were built; so this is rare outside the Lane Motor Museum (surely they have one).  The seller of our subject unit provides almost no information, other than to say this features a manual trans and a clean title.

Given the relatively high asking price, we hope this runs and drives and is in very good shape.  The photos don't show any real issues.

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Somewhere in SoCal, USA?
$15,000


We love just about everything about this!  It features right-hand drive, a spare mounted on the body AND beautiful, plaid seats.  Also, is that a bar that lifts to act as a "door"/driver retainer??


Here's that unique front end.


Passenger side looks much the same as the driver's side.  Note the occupant retention system is in the deployed position here.  Also, the engine is presumably behind that black door on the lower side of the body.


We can't see much of the rear, but we like what we see.

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