Over the years, the name Honda has perhaps been even better known internationally than in Japan. Looking at today’s lineup of well-built Honda sedans, you might find it hard to believe that there are more than a few car enthusiasts who remember with great nostalgia a time 50 years ago when Honda first made a name for itself worldwide as a maker of motorcycles and small sports cars. Although these sports cars had engines smaller than 1000 cc, the impression they made on the Japanese auto industry was inversely proportional to their physical size, and because of this they are now considered by many fans to be classic cars.
The ‘60s and ‘70s were heady times for the Japanese automotive industry. Not surprisingly, there are a number of memorable cars from this era, making it stand out as “the good old days” of the Japanese sports car.
In this book you will find up-to-date information about Toyota sports car, the author’s impressions of having actually driven and owned these cars.