Honda fans that have been following the restoration process for the 1967 Honda N600 Serial No. 1000001 don’t have to wait any longer for the Serial One’s reveal. After a six-month long restoration, the first Honda in the United States looks just like new thanks to the hard work of mechanic Tim Mings. Mings is the only full-time Honda 600 mechanic and has been able to share his progress on the #HondaSerialOne through a 12-episode documentary series. See the completely restored N600 Serial One in all of its glory below.
1967 Honda N600 Serial One
Serial One Restoration Progress Videos
- Restoring #HondaSerialOne, the first Honda automobile in the U.S.
- Tim Mings removes Serial One’s engine 50+ years later
- The sounds of removing a dent from the Honda Serial One
- Removing Honda Serial One’s Flywheel
- An update on the Honda Serial One’s engine
- Protecting Serial One’s new body with powder coating
- A fresh coat of paint for Serial One
- Serial One’s engine lives again
- A visit to the American Honda Collection Hall
- Tying up Serial One’s loose ends
- Will Serial One be restored by the JCCS?
- Serial One Reveal