The first Honda to arrive in the united States will be restored to its original state. This is a Honda N600 in the year 1969, which bears the serial number N600-10000001.
Andn the year 1969, Honda embarked on the mission of try to change the public’s perception about the automobile, then with cars of high emissions and lower energy efficiency. It was precisely the year that Honda introduced to the us market its first car, the Honda N600, a small vehicle of simple design, that sealed the fate of the manufacturer of japanese origin in the united States.
47 years later, Honda undertook another challenge, since it was decided to restore the first unit the N600 entered the north american market, back to its original state. To carry out this task, the company turned to a specialist in these cars, Tim Ming, who is known for having restored hundreds of these same cars.
In fact Ming had this unit for several years, until one day he decided to check his serial number, discovering that it was the first Honda to set foot on american soil. Honda will sponsor this restoration, for which it has provided a web site through which you will be able to know the progress of the process.
For this reason, they have decided to to develop a mini-documentary that will be divided into episodes, which will culminate with the restored car, which will be transferred to the museum of Honda so that the public can enjoy it.
The manufacturer of japanese origin assured feel proud to be able to remember the beginnings of the brand in the united States through the meticulous process of bringing back to life the first Honda N600, which looks with pride to the number of series N600-10000001.