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A Collector Car Feed Discord regular has a kei van to sell you. Would you really turn this down?

If you've ever been to Japan, then odds are you've had the pleasure to see what's known as a kei car. These are smaller Japanese market-only vehicles that value function over form. Kei cars and trucks have been making their way to America for quite some time, but it's only recently that they've become staples on many import shops' websites, with some places going as far to only import kei vehicles. Powered by tiny, sub-660CC motors, in this ACTY's case, it's a 650CC I3. These vehicles also came in a variety of forms, from trucks to vans; there's an ACTY for everyone.

Bet you didn't notice she wasn't wearing shoes.

It should be known that when I pulled this example up during the Feed's offices daily "T. Flats and Trucks" luncheon, there were several vomiting noises, and we can't be sure which caused it. [editor's note: we don't all agree with Atlas' disdain, I THINK IT'S CUTE] However, here's today's 1994 ACTY Van, currently listed on Facebook Marketplace. It's been in the states for less than a year and only has around 50,000 miles on it (76,000 km). It's a stick shift and the seller states that it's in great condition for its age. The seller, a Feed discord regular, has a deep-rooted love for the ACTY platform, and when asked what makes it special, he said it's got a rare double sunroof, for taking your six-pack of Asian thots on a pleasure cruise to the nearest beach for an afternoon of backgammon.

The seat that's held 1000 Japanese farts.

Overall this example seems to be fairly clean and with a good detail, and some carpet extraction, you'll be the star of the next Cars and Coffee. Priced at $8,000, I think this vehicle won't last long. It's a fair price and if Bring a Trailer has shown us anything recently, it's that 90's JDM stuff is on the rise and this ACTY is about as JDM as you can get.

By Road_Atlas

Road_Atlas is a Detroit native who is best located underneath or inside a rusty vehicle. Nobody's quite sure why he's this way, but he seems to like it.

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