jlw — 2014-08-22T10:37:50-04:00 — #1
stephen_schenck — 2014-08-22T10:48:26-04:00 — #2
Surprised those don't use continuously variable transmissions.
waetherman — 2014-08-22T10:49:38-04:00 — #3
I'm surprised that this whole thing was not actually a viral marketing campaign by Honda - it was a real song and a real(ish) band... man the 60's were so innocent.
tintera — 2014-08-22T11:00:12-04:00 — #4
The craziest thing about that video was the screaming fans. How starved for excitement were they that they screamed for the Hondells?
nashrambler — 2014-08-22T11:00:22-04:00 — #5
I'm surprised this didn't gain fame by being decried as "stirring unhealthy impulses of a sexual nature" by the PTA!
apocmondo — 2014-08-22T11:00:29-04:00 — #6
Well I know where they got parts of Skeet Surfing USA from now.
nashrambler — 2014-08-22T11:01:10-04:00 — #7
I blame the Beatles/Elvis. While those guys were around, shrill girl-screams were the expected norm.
zuludaddy — 2014-08-22T12:14:36-04:00 — #8
Check Yo La Tengo's dreamy cover...
nixiebunny — 2014-08-22T12:44:52-04:00 — #9
This was the same Sixties that brought us LP records of the sound of dragsters racing down the quarter mile.
jared_kaufman — 2014-08-22T14:04:13-04:00 — #10
Amazingly, variants of this style Honda are still being manufactured for "emerging markets" to this day...
jlw — 2014-08-22T14:08:25-04:00 — #11
It is the kick ass center stand.
ugh — 2014-08-22T15:02:41-04:00 — #12
boscohearnjr — 2014-08-25T10:52:41-04:00 — #13
The blonde on the right (without glasses) in Teri Garr.
jlw — 2014-08-27T10:37:51-04:00 — #14
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