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  • #46
    We made it!

    Still dailying this car, it is still running like a champ, and on the way in to work today flipped over 234,567.8 miles!



    Cannot forget the point 8!



    Original B18A1 engine & trans; what a journey this two-owner sedan has lived. I was kind of geeking out a little bit, so I found a nearby parking lot and took a few pics to commemorate.





    Thankful and fortunate to have such a clean DB1, and if she blows up tomorrow, no regrets.

    1990 polar white DB1 2005-2006
    1990 polar white DB1 2015 - ____

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    • #47
      Wow! I really like your work. Very clean and organized etc. Its amazing what a little preparation will do. And the DB1 looking so fresh. Great progress!

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      • #48

        Well, once again I was the lone representative of the 2nd gen Integra at my local Cars & Coffee. It was a very solid turn-out, but I would love to see a few DA's and DB's once in awhile!

        Posting a few pics of the meet...







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        • #49
          Looking good man, keep it clean!

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          • #50
            very nice

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            • #51
              The wheels on that CRX could be the ugliest wheels I've ever seen on a car. They look like the backside of an alternator, or the ice formations we get on wheels, here in the Rocky Mountains.

              On a better note. Sad you're the only Gen2 to show. At least you're doing it with a super-nice representation. I love the love and care you've given the car, without going crazy. It's pretty much a perfect daily driver. Great job.!!!

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              • #52
                Your DB1 look nice!

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by RoyalsJunkie View Post
                  The wheels on that CRX could be the ugliest wheels I've ever seen on a car. They look like the backside of an alternator, or the ice formations we get on wheels, here in the Rocky Mountains.

                  On a better note. Sad you're the only Gen2 to show. At least you're doing it with a super-nice representation. I love the love and care you've given the car, without going crazy. It's pretty much a perfect daily driver. Great job.!!!
                  Thanks! Yeah, those wheels are odd (Mugen CF-48's), but very sought after by some in the 1990's Honda scene, presumably because JDM. Also, I believe the CF-48's actually came with a screw-in faceplate to make them look cleaner and less mechanical. Looks like an experiment in creating a "heat sink" effect to cool down the rotors? Maybe some old-schoolers on here can shed some light?

                  I appreciate the comments on my daily, and I'm staying inspired by the OG's and the West Coast/East Coast/Canadian/International people on here who won't let the g2 chassis die!

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