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I have to say, these photos are amazing, the clarity and detail are unreal! Great job.

1 week ago on Customs & Rods Invade Odaiba

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooOOOOOooooooOOOOOOoooooo (burnt my toast)

1 week ago on Star Wars – Darth Vader Toaster

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For extra credit, try cramming a Corvair engine in there. A flat-six, air-cooled and cheap!

3 weeks ago on Hey, That’s A Tall Looking Porsche

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Maybe a few decals would help...

3 weeks ago on How To Make Enemies And Upset People

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Owning an EVO, from what I've read from those who do, is a bit like dating a supermodel; high maintenance and upkeep. Stories of constant oil changes, self-destructing LSDs, transmission issues, cooling problems, electrical issues, mixed with minimal noisy interiors, makes one wonder why they put up with it. Sure, driving an EVO is an experience reserved for the exotic car set, and understandably so. Of course, this may all come full circle; a new beefier platform, a different aesthetic, could bring it back in the future.

3 weeks ago on Goodbye Evo, It’s Been Fun

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I imagine visiting Rose Auto is a bit like checking out the Chocolate Factory and bumping into Willy Wonka. Great article.

4 weeks, 1 day ago on Garage Envy. You Won’t Believe What’s Inside

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That header is some crazy sculpted masterpiece. Can't imagine the hours put into this build to come out so clean. Great job!

4 weeks, 1 day ago on VTEC Just Kicked Datsun. Yo!

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The rendering makes this car look sort of like an S2000, but when you see the photo it's based on there's more of an old Datsun 510 feel for it. Much like when the GT86 was in pre-pre-pre production, we'll have to wait and see what actually gets made.

1 month ago on Dreaming About The IDx

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@apex_DNA Sadly it's not just a Honda phenomenon. eBay is chock full of low quality high volume parts for about any car on the market, claiming performance points that just aren't there. The best way to be sure are dedicated forums for your vehicle, or places like Speedhunters, were folks like @SuzyWallace do the hard work for us!

1 month ago on Project Evo: Can Cars Be Cursed?

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@SuzyWallace @MattAtDoyle Oh yeah, right.... ;-)

1 month ago on Project Evo: Can Cars Be Cursed?

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@SuzyWallace @MattAtDoyle I completely understand. I've had my Integra for 18 years and, while rust isn't as much a problem here in California, things like rubber deterioration and just general wear & tear will turn your significant other into a whiny, cranky, emotional drain. The key is to remember the good times, the happy times, when you both worked together in sync and harmony.

1 month ago on Project Evo: Can Cars Be Cursed?

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On a long enough timeline, all cars eventually turn into money pits. It's the nature of machinery, especially the high performance-type. You could get a little Civic Type R and run it wild for 20 years, or a Porsche Turbo, and have the same experience. It's all steel on aluminum on plastic on leather (or vinyl). The difference is how dedicated you are to putting in the time, money and sweat to keeping it on the road. Most people ditch their cars at the first sign of wear in favor of the newest hotness. It takes a real hero to keep up the good fight. Great job, Suzy.

1 month ago on Project Evo: Can Cars Be Cursed?

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