The Great Gamble: A History of Honda

The mere notion that the automotive world would come to be dominated by a Japanese company was incomprehensible at the middle of the 20th century. Up to that point in history, the Japanese were know for manufacturing cheap tin toys and disposable trinkets. Indeed, most fans and industry insiders ridiculed their first forays into motorcycle manufacturing. It would not be an easy road for this fledgling company.

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