1983 Honda City Turbo II

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1983 Honda City Turbo II – 100k miles (161,200 km). Looks good inside and out and runs and drives very well. Japanese inspection was current through April, 2020 so road-legal and passed Japanese safety inspected.

Engine: starts right up and runs well with good power / stable idle. Aftermarket boost gauge shows .6 bar at 3500 RPM and  >.7 bar at 4k. HKS controller… gets up and moves.

Drivetrain and suspension: Transmission / clutch / steering / braking all feel good. ABT 7×15 wheels with good 165/60×15” tires (2017 date code).

Interior: Looks great for a 37 year old vehicle. Gauges look good and overall interior is tidy. Honda CRX seats with some wear on driver’s seat bolster. Some plastic on the door arm-rests (silver). Small crack in the dash however spare dash included.

Exterior: Looks good and the glass and lenses and chassis are very clean. Nice A few rust bubbles showing through prior repaint and a couple small areas with light corrosion as shown in the photos. But above average condition.

Options / Extras / Upgrades: 4-way smoked sunroof (factory); Turbo intercooler; Carrozzeria radio (works for FM freq. up to 90.0); HKS controller; Service Manuals; spare dashboard; ABT wheels. 

Issues: crack in dash (spare included); no horn; some rust bubbles.

History: the Honda City was something of a milestone car for Honda – commissioned by Soichiro Honda – it incorporated advance technology and forward thinking design around urban mobility.

While the Honda Motocompo scooter wasn’t offered from the factory with the HCT2, I have a nice example in yellow available for $4500 extra.

More info:

Though this one's sold, contact us if you're interested. We may be able to locate another one for you.

Year: 1983
Make: Honda
Model: City
Body Style: Hatchback
Transmission: 5-Speed Manual
Drivetrain: FWD
Engine: 1200cc turbo
Exterior Color: Silver
Interior Color: Blue
Shipment: In Stock
VIN Number: AA-1410247

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