* Custom-tuned, 1972 Honda N600 powered by Honda VFR 800cc V4 motorcycle engine wins first-ever Honda Super Tuner Legends Serie
* Winning vehicle will be on display at the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas
* Honda N600 was first Honda model sold in the United States
* Honda joined the Hot WheelsTM Legends Tour in 2019 as the exclusive live custom tuner component of the series
Honda today announced that a 1972 Honda N600 owned by Stephen Mines has won the first-ever Honda Super Tuner Legends Series, which joined the Hot WheelsTM Legends Tour in 2019 as the exclusive tuner component of the program. Customized over a five-year period, the Honda N600 is powered by a Honda VFR 800cc V4 motorcycle engine in a rear wheel drive configuration, sporting a 12,000 RPM redline and a surprisingly deep and growly engine sound.
"When I arrived at the Hot WheelsTM Legends Tour, I was truly impressed by the amount of work from the other Honda tuners. I'm thrilled, and humbled, that my N600 not only stood out, but was selected as the winner of the first-ever Honda Super Tuner Legends Series," said Stephen Mines, owner of the winning N600. "As a longtime Honda fan, and owner of more than a few Hondas, it will be an incredible honor to see my car at Honda's booth at SEMA."
The custom N600 that won the inaugural Honda Super Tuner Legends Series also boasts a modified Mazda Miata suspension system, seats from a Polaris RZRÂ®, and modified front and rear bumpers from a 1967-68 ChevyÂ® Camaro. Mines' throwback N600 is fitting as this year American Honda celebrated its 60th anniversary.