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    2010 Barrett-Jackson 1972 Honda Z600 Coupe, Sold for $27,500

    Anyone know if this is a first for a 1972 HONDA Z600 COUPE at this auction?

    http://www.barrett-jackson.com/applicat ... 01/19/2010

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    http://www.1stgencivic.org/world/c1zr/m ... hp?t=10894

    Apparently not, 6000 bucks 5 years ago.

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    wasn't the N the first mass-market honda for USA?

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-AT_me
    wasn't the N the first mass-market honda for USA?
    Eyup. 8)

    Z600 was number 2.

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    LOL I love how it says it has FACTORY FOG LIGHTS.... Lol you mean factory turn signals??!?!?!?!

    :td: Some people need to get schooled on there 600 skills..

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    Quote Originally Posted by datsunfreak
    Quote Originally Posted by E-AT_me
    wasn't the N the first mass-market honda for USA?
    Eyup. 8)

    Z600 was number 2.
    I guess that's why they said the "Honda 600" and left off the Z or N. Tricky tricky!

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    Z600 at auction

    From what it shows in the pictures, this is a real nice restoration done by someone who knows what they're doing. Maybe Tim Mings? Everything under the hood is correct, even the gold zinc brackets are redone. In the rear picture, it has the correct rubber seals around the taillights and the hard to find plastic chrome trim around the rear window. If the mechanicals are as good, this is a $10k car. So if you use the standard Barrett-Jackson crazy bidder factor, it might go for $20k?

    Ken

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    Re: Z600 at auction

    Quote Originally Posted by oleyline
    From what it shows in the pictures, this is a real nice restoration done by someone who knows what they're doing. Maybe Tim Mings? Everything under the hood is correct, even the gold zinc brackets are redone. In the rear picture, it has the correct rubber seals around the taillights and the hard to find plastic chrome trim around the rear window. If the mechanicals are as good, this is a $10k car. So if you use the standard Barrett-Jackson crazy bidder factor, it might go for $20k?

    Ken
    Good call Ken!

    The Honda sold for $27,500.00 :tu:

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    Ken is on the money. It was indeed Tim Mings who did the resto.

    http://japanesenostalgiccar.com/blog/20 ... t-jackson/

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    those look so much better without the usa sidemarkers, but this was correct and needed to be preserved
    -Matt

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