Need a small utility van with Honda reliability? This 660cc rear-wheel drive vehicle could be just the thing for you. The four speed transmission is perfect for around town or for a cabin or utility uses. The back seat folds down and there is plenty of carrying capacity (with around 500 pound load limit). And, with 40-45 mpg it will go a long distance between fill-ups. Please note that with all micro vans, the Japanese did not put rear seat belts in any of them so using a micro van to transport small children is not recommended.
Will share more info once we have it in hand and have checked it out. More info from Wikipedia Honda Acty The second generation Acty was launched in March 1988 with the introduction of the Honda E05 engine, with an additional cylinder added, making it a 547 cc 3-cylinder with SOHC. The engine is rated 34 PS (25 kW) at 5500 rpm and 4.5 kg·m (44 N·m; 33 lb·ft) at 5000 rpm. The first models were the Acty truck and van, with the commercial grade Acty van appearing a month later. The 4WD models were no longer available with an automatic transmission. There was also an “Acty Attack” version of the truck, intended for farmers in particular this model has a differential lock in the rear and features Ultra-Low forward and reverse gears (UL/UR).
1992 Honda Acty van (first facelift)
The original Actys have distinct round headlights while the Street has large, rectangular headlamps. The truck and van originally shared the same taillights. After the March 1990 facelift the Acty received the same headlights as the Street, while all models grew longer by 10 cm (3.9 in) as the result of altered kei car regulations. At this time the Street also received the taillights from the contemporary Honda Today (which were also used for the third generation Acty van). The 1990 changeover also meant that the 547 cc engine was replaced with the larger 656 cc Honda E07A engine (with fuel injection added in 1996). The carburetted version of this engine produced 38 PS (28 kW) at 5300 rpm and 5.5 kg·m (54 N·m; 40 lb·ft) at 4500 rpm. The Street could reach a top speed of 115 km/h (71 mph), while the four-wheel drive version only could attain 105 km/h (65 mph).