Honda's first generation Odyssey. This was our beater van for a few years, which I used to learn to drive in 2008-2009. I used it to go to work in early 2010. It had over 350,000 kilometers. The crankshaft exploded through the engine and it has now probably become a metal cube.
An old dude had it in Cali. A few years ago he painted it and rebuilt the 318. Runs really smooth.He fixed it up for his wife, she ran an antiques biz. A friend and collector got it and it sat in his huge maze of storage and collections of everything in Az. it's said collectors such as Jay Leno have been to this guys place. I have dropped $12K + on the van and many hours. Custom 70's vans are gaining popularity again! Just went to Bar City Van's Octoberfest in West Salem Wisconsin!!!!!!!! My first Truck In! Next July in Old Washington Ohio the 41st Van Nationals! ! !
4 Cylinder 2.2L Engine outputting about 140hp, and possibly more torque than a Honda civic. A 4-Speed Auto Tranny. It had a length of 187.2 in., a width of 70.6 in. and a height of about 64.6 in. Wheelbase is 111.4 in.
35k miles on rebuilt 318 cu in - 2 year 24k warranty on fresh rebuilt tranny 727 3 speed - fresh platinum plugs and wires. Runs perfect.
- AM/FM Radio
- Broken Cup Holders
- Cassette Deck
- Power Steering
bare bones.... it does have a metal dash and chrome accents around the speedo and the glove box door is chrome. I understand that the dash is the most collectable and hard to find part. These vans were used to work.
- Cassette Adapter?
Brand new interior by Waldoch of Forest Lake Mn!
Screened vent-screenz for front door windows
-new swivel Flex-Steel captians-matching walls
-Dyna-Mat sound and temp insulation
-400 watt sound system
-New springs up front and gas shocks all around!
I do like the steel Pacer wheels!
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