Yea I've debated removing the Autopower half cage, or possible painting it gray so it blends in with the full interior better. I dont know. I'll leave it for now.
Last edited by kwik!gti; 10-01-2012 at 01:51 PM.
nice car, it reminds me of my own first car (pic below)
I am not the biggest Honda fan but this is exactly how I'd do it too!
Any plans for slight engine upgrades? After a while you must get more hungry for a bit more power (I know I did)
Do you take the car to the track? I see a half cage and sticky tires in your photos...
Keep on truckin sir!
Thats a cool little car? What is it???
Great looking car!
A couple of my highschool friends and I worked at the local Honda dealership when these were new. As a result we've all maintained a soft spot for this generation of Si.
Where are you located at? Sadly there arent many 10+ year old Hondas rolling around near my hometown of Cleveland without significant rust due to the liberal application of road salt during the Winter.
The correct phrase is "I couldn't care less"
wow. thats a proper SI. One thats made it this far that hasn't been A: Stolen B: riced out C: totaled, or any combination of the three is a miracle, let alone a 1 owner car. Impressive sir. Longest I have kept a car has been 3 years (well, I did have an old bug for 10 years, but most of that was keeping dust of my garage floor)
A good plan violently executed now is better than a perfect plan executed next week.
George S. Patton
We also have an owned-since-new 13 year old Civic coupe in our fleet. It's in the shop right now after it left me stranded in the middle of an intersection last Friday. SOHC VTEC power is enough to snap halfshafts when trying to make a left turn apparently.
Ours has never seen a power buffer in its life, but after this repair is complete, I'll put some time into it and freshen it up a bit.