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I've always have had an interest in cars, but I've never really had the opportunity to get into them as a kid. My family is a group of all-american, muscle-loving, v8-revving, burnout-loving, friends, but I was the oddball out. I loved import cars. Anything from Nissans to Hondas. After being on my own and getting into a situation where I could afford my own 'project' car I took to the classifieds. The Civic has always been one of my favorite cars. When done right, a Civic can swing with the best of hitters, but the problem is, Civics are almost always done wrong. That kid who wakes up at noon to go to work slams his bent door starts his fart-can up and revs all the way down the street. Or that other guy who cuts his springs and bolts on giant wings. Civics have a pretty bad reputation. I am here to fix that. Once I found a decent Civic I went through the usuals of purchasing and transferring everything over. I was really excited when I went to pick it up. The body however was not in the best of shape. That's where this car comes in. This Silver '98 Civic HX was a car my uncle had lying around. There were a few parts he robbed off of it and the body does need a bit of work, but for the most part it was OK. He said I could have it and that's when the work began.
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