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The only good Toyota guy is an ex-Toyota guy - especially when they build a CB7 Accord as ill as this one.

Dru Barrios
Mar 1, 2006
Photographer: Rodrez

There's nothing better than when a die-hard enthusiast of some lesser manufacturer finally sees the light and finds himself in a Honda. Joey Lee is one of these turncoats. Lee grew up in a family full of Toyota drivers and when it was time for him to start modding a car, his choice was obvious.

His first real project car was a '90 Toyota Camry built to the limit. But while building the Camry, Lee decided that he needed a daily driver to beat on for everyday commutes. So his uncle, who may be the only guy in the family who's not a Toyota loyalist, sold him a '92 Accord EX for $4,000 and following that, Lee's outlook on the automotive world forever changed.

Hurry and pick up the March 2006 issue of Honda Tuning Magazine for the complete story, and a lot more photos

By Dru Barrios
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