The City Turbo II is both one of my favorite bits of JDM forbidden fruit and the one I'm most likely to end up with (once I stop being so broke). It's the ultimate version of the first proper Mugen road car, engineered by Soichiro Honda's son, with a 110 horsepower turbocharged and intercooled engine pushing a mere 1600 pounds, good for a 0-60 time of 8.6 seconds, which is not bad by today's standards and really fucking amazing for a supermini in 1984. It also has big-ass boxy fender flares and a digital dash, both of which makes everything better. This is easily the cleanest Turbo II I've seen, with the only visible mods being a set of wheels that look to be off of a more modern Honda and an aftermarket stereo, featuring rear speakers that say ADDZEST on them. I know that ADDZEST is what Clarion stuff is often sold as in Japan. I don't care. It's a goofy word and I'm going to giggle at it. ADDZEST!
It should be mine, but since it currently can't be, it can be yours for $10,890.