Honda N360 is a kei car, manufactured and marketed by Honda from March 1967 through 1970. After a January 1970 facelift, the N360 became the NIII360 and continued in production until June 1972. A larger-engined variant, the N600, was marketed through 1973.
The 24 Hours of LeMons is a series of endurance races held on paved road race courses across the United States. The title is a parody of the long running annual 24 Hours of Le Mans race, and “lemon” cars.
This interesting Honda N600 With A Saab engine and Saab 900 Drivetrain take part in the famous 24 Hours of LeMon race – car is called the Saanda 1500 because it uses a Honda 600 body with a Saab 900 drivetrain. The Honda N600 originally came with a 600 cc two-cylinder motorcycle engine that produced 36-46 horsepower. Apathy Racing replaced that with a 2.3 L turbocharged B234 inline-four from a Saab 900 Turbo that produced 200 horsepower.