The Beat was a spiritual successor to the early S600 and S800 roadsters, and was built to comply with Kei car regulations: a 1.4m-wide car with a 660cc engine making 63hp. The Pininfarina-designed three-cylinder roadster was a Japanese-only, single-generation orphan that could achieve 9,000 RPM or over 40 MPG, but not both.
If your insatiable car lust is triggered by foreign forbidden fruit, don't blame me for posting this: The seller posted it on eBay motors. In U.S. dollars. And Beats have been legally imported before. Get an accountability partner, or take a cold shower and think about baseball, though, because this won't be an easy car to title. You may skirt by under off-road use only. Or, just wait until 2020.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.