1991 Honda Beat
The Honda Beat is a mid-engined rear-wheel drive convertible known for its nimbleness. It’s perfect for city driving but has enough power for highway use. This 1991 example is in very nice condition. The body is straight with no major dents or dings; and the paint still shines nicely. The vinyl along the windshield frame is also in good shape which is rare to find. The top has no rips or tears and the appearance has been kept stock.
Inside it gets even better with an optional Gathers audio system which includes a CD changer. The seats show very light wear with no rips or tears. The dash is free of cracks and bubbles and all trim pieces are present. The door panels are in similar shape with minimal wear. The stock steering wheel has been replaced with a wood grain Momo “Super Indy” wheel.
Currently this Beat has a mere 53k original miles and runs excellently. The E07A MTREC is equipped with factory independently throttle bodies, starts right away, and idles correctly. Shifts through the 5 speed manual transmission are smooth and the clutch feels great. The suspension feels firm and planted; and the brakes provide appropriate stopping power.
Overall a clean example and a blast to drive.