I think Tony Stark has one of these as well.
mykarz: "...those scooters actually came as an optional accessory with i think it was a civic or accord in like 82-83. They were built to specifically fit in the trunk of that car, which is pretty cool in my opinion. Only however many cars that were sold in that time span that had those scooters added, are how many of those that exist. Its a super rare little scooter, so you're lucky to see one."
How NOT to Take a Corner on a Motorcycle
Sometimes I just chat about something off the top of my head and people
take offense. Don't agree? Just politely say so. If you make a good
point...I'll probably change my mind. Might be different if I feel strongly
about something, but in these last few vids I've just been randomly
1982 Honda Motocompo
IN HD! 1982 Honda Ncz50b Motocompo folding scooter. Originally made to go
in the back of a Honda City. SOLD!! GONE!
Check out my channel for other sweet mopeds and stuff.
Jeremy's P45 - Smallest Car in the World! - Extended Full HD - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy attempts to build a car smaller than the Peel P50, naming his
creation the P45.
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C-1 fully-enclosed self-balancing motorcycle
A promotional video for Lit Motors' C-1, a fully-electric, fully-enclosed,
self-balancing motorcycle. See our complete article on the vehicle, at
Honda's self-balancing U3-X electric unicycle
Honda's latest experimental vehicle, the U3-X self-balancing unicycle could
challenge, perhaps even redefine society's concept of personal mobility.
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Evinrude 300XP -91
After a few hours in the workshop..
The expansion chambers are "home made" by hydroforming. The original Exhaust is milled away and the engine
block is filled whit plastic.
This engine will get electronic fuel injection and will not be used in a
Note: This is a sponsored video for Forge Apollo
Honda Cub is the number one motorcycle in the world
Honda Cub is the number one motorcycle in the world
In this Discovery Channel program, there is a countdown of the best
motorcycle ever. This video starts with the winner, the Honda CUB.
There are already 40 million Cubs build, making it the best selling
motorcycle. This is a simple machine with a mass appeal and with its 4
it still manages to run 50 Mph.
To demonstrate the reliability of the Cub, the presentors dry to destroy
it, using several methods:
Mess up the egine:
By draining all the oil and replacing it with normal cooking oil, the
engine should crack up. Fortunate for the CUB it still manage to work even
after riding a couple of miles.
In the next effort to destroy the CUB, it was overloaded with 200
kilograms, which it could withstand flawlessly.
In the final attempt to kill the CUB, it was thrown of a 22 meters tall
building. When the CUB collapses it hit the ground with a staggering 54 Mph
Although part of the framework and the wheels get severely damaged, the
true measure of its quality is to try to get the engine running... it may
not surprise you that after inserting the ignition key and gently applying
the kickstarter, this incredible strong vehicle starts without a cough.
In a final statement the presentor says that it would probably only gets
destroyed by using C4 plastic explosive.
Because the Honda CUB is such a cheap, realiable, strong motorcycle, it is
rewarded as the Number One motorcycle in the world
11 feet high. 20 feet long. And, a $300,000 pricetag. No one believed he
could pull it off, but he built it anyway.
Alone in his workshop at home, Greg Dunham crafted the world's largest
motorcycle. Not only does the giant machine
look amazing, it actually drives!
2014 Honda - 2013 Tokyo Motor Show - LIVE - WORLD PREMIERE
Honda unveils new Urban SUV production model and S660 Concept at the Tokyo
Motor Show 2013
Honda today unveiled a new Urban SUV production model on the first day of
the Tokyo Motor Show. The new model will be named Vezel for the Japanese
market. Strengthening its sports car activity, Honda also revealed the S660
Concept mid-ship sports model.
The new Urban SUV will be launched in Europe during 2015, with the name of
the European model being confirmed nearer to launch.
The exterior design of the new model is close to a SUV, with coupe-like
styling in its upper body. The sharp character lines create an inspiring
and emotional exterior design. The interior is designed to create a
high-quality space for the driver and front passenger, and comfort and
functionality for those in the rear.
In Japan, Honda will launch both a hybrid and petrol model of the Vezel.
The hybrid model will be equipped with Sport Hybrid i-DCD* that combines a
1.5 litre direct injection engine with a high-output motor, and the petrol
model will be equipped with a 1.5 litre direct injection engine. Adopting
new-generation powertrain technologies, the Vezel delivers both a dynamic
driving character and excellent fuel economy for both models.
The Japanese model will be launched on 20th December 2013.
Honda also unveiled the S660 Concept which aims to deliver nimble and
dynamic driving, outstanding stability and a dynamic design that are only
possible with a mid-ship layout.
Speaking at the Honda Press Conference, Takanobu Ito, CEO and President of
Honda Motor Co., said, "This model embodies the freewheeling thinking of
young Honda engineers, who want to make a cool car that is unique to Honda.
Our engineers are devoting their passion and technologies to the
development of this model."
Designed for the Japanese kei-car market, the model is being developed
towards mass production in 2015.
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