Looking for a rare little turbo trickster from the dawn of Honda’s golden age? Look no further than this 1986 Honda City Turbo II, Soichiro’s bulldog with the foldable bike in the trunk.
Its 100PS forced-induction four would probably not pass smog in a stricter state like California, but luckily for you this car’s already titled and registered in anything-goes Florida.
And because no City would be complete with a Motocompo in the trunk, there’s a red one to match the Turbo II’s racing stripe. The undercarriages of both car and bike appear to be incredibly clean. Mileage is not stated, excepted to say it’s “minimal.”
The asking price for a street legal piece of endless conversation with the bluest of 80s interiors? $19,000. You can see the original ad on California Car. The seller claims there are are only four registered in the United States.
It even comes with the original manuals and paperwork, complete with this bizarre illustration of your brain on City Turbo II.
What do JNCers think, is this bulldog worth an organ, or would you rather keep that kidney?