To read the complete review of the Honda America Museum Tour visit AutoGuide.comA (Honda) Car Geek’s Dream Come True
by Mike Schlee
Every once in a while this job affords us the opportunity to do something truly exceptional. Something that doesn’t just speak to the inner car geek nestled within our soul, but more like scream at it through a mega phone. Visiting the Honda America museum is one of those days.
Want to see a 2004 NSX that has acquired an unbelievably low 78 miles on it? Honda has one. How about nearly brand-new N 600s and Z 600s? There are a few examples on display. If it was sold in the USA, chances are it’s here in this Honda fanboys dream come true.
Nestled deep in an unsuspecting industrial complex in Torrance, California, this warehouse is chock-full of significant road and race cars from the Japanese automaker’s past.
After parking in the nearly empty lot, we begin to wonder if this is indeed the right location. But our smiling contact comes out quickly to greet us and let us in. Once inside the front door, the building continues to look very unsuspecting. There is a door on the left and a door straight ahead. The door straight ahead leads to the actual warehouse that houses 100s of ATVs, motorcycles and power equipment. The door on the left, however, leads to automotive nirvana for fans of the big H...