If you're as much of a fan of JDM cars as I am, you'll know that this pair is a sight to behold. It's a 1985 Honda City R, which, when new, could be optioned from the factory with an included folding scooter called the Motocompo that fit perfectly in the car's tiny trunk. This pair is for sale together. You should buy them.
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The Honda City was designed to be able to fit the Motocompo snugly in its rear hatch area. The idea is brilliant: When you park the City, you'd be able to take the Motocompo out of the trunk and continue your journey into areas where parking was sparse or cars weren't allowed. It's a pretty ingenious idea, especially when you think about how people use cars and motorcycles in metropolitan areas. If you're curious about how the scooter fits in the car, and how easy or hard it is to remove one motor vehicle from another, the seller put together this handy video:
Both vehicles look to be in good condition, with the occasional scratch and ding—these things are 33 years old, after all. The interior of the City looks mint, save for a few holes in the two-tone patterned cloth seats. The Motocompo's 2.5-horsepower 49cc two-stroke single-cylinder engine starts up without issue, as shown in the video above.
The seller provides underbody shots of the City ensuring no rust has developed, and will include a handful of spare parts with the sale. The pair is with a high bid of $7000 and seven days remaining as of this writing. If I had the cash, it'd be pretty hard to stop myself from pulling the trigger.