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The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CRB1000RR

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    The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CBR1000RR


    I can barely fit my Grom in the grand caravan....




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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CRB1000RR

    Imagine getting passenger side T-boned by a red light runner with that next to you.

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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CRB1000RR

    those type things are all over Japan. Micro work trucks and shit too.

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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CRB1000RR

    seatbelt used as a tie down strap?

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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CRB1000RR

    SV650 in 2011 Ford Transit Connect, powered by a 2L with a 4 Speed auto.


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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CBR1000RR



    I can fit a dirt bike in my Jeep. It doesnít mean itís a good idea but itís actually pretty easy to load. I figure if I ever got in an accident with it Iíd be dead anyway.

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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CRB1000RR

    Nice Jeep, I had a '56 in red with the flathead 4-cylinder. I'd like to find a nice 2A or 3A if I ever move back to AZ.

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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CBR1000RR

    My first "car" was a '64 CJ3B. Made by Kaiser Aluminum, which bought the line from Willys the year before. Really cool vehicle but primitive as hell. The hand-crank windshield wiper for the passenger always got a laugh.

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    Re: The new Honda 660cc Kei-Car lifestyle micro van can carry a Honda CBR1000RR

    Motoarch got his MV Brutale in his Honda Element, with both front seats still in. Hondas are the shit!

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