We just acquired a pair of these mini trucks and they are
everything as useful and cool as they look. Right Hand DriveThe
ACTY, short for "activity", is a Japan domestic market (JDM)
mini-truck and mini-van that were never imported into the United
States but US importers are now bringing used trucks and vans into
the USA and people are snapping them up. US federal law allows the
import of 25 year and older vehicles These Mini Trucks are
Amazingly well built and commonly referred to as "Work Horses" The
ACTY all wheel drive makes them perfect for a working farm or
ranch. I'm amazed that my mini truck will crawl around my farm and
yet easily cruise at 60 miles per hour on the highway. I also like
the right-hand drive and manual 5 speed transmission. Shifting with
my left hand is fun. This truck gets a lot of attention. People
stare, wave and chase me down to ask questions. Our 1991 Honda ACTY
truck is an HA4 model (4 wheel drive truck) with a three cylinder
EO7A engine with 39 horsepower, 40.5 lb-ft torque, 40.2 cubic
inches (660cc, .66 liter) and yet the truck will cruise at 65mph
(105kph). We sell and ship worldwide Dome Lamp, Tinted Glass,
5-Speed Manual Transmission, Am/Fm Radio, Cloth Seats, Bucket Seats
1991 Honda Acty
Location:Hilton, New York
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