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This Lego Honda Civic Type R Took More than 1,300 Hours to Build

The same group that brought us a Honda Civic Type R with gold bodywork is now showing off a life-size Lego version of the sports car.
Kelly PleskotApr 24, 2019
This Lego Honda Civic Type R Took More than 1,300 Hours to Build

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K20 Type R-powered 1996 Honda Civic Hatchback: Back On Track
After 2 decades of tearing down, swapping, tinkering, and abusing his 1996 Civic hatchback, owner Andrew Horn knows this car’s every nuance. He’s intimately familiar with every component that’s been added or taken out of the equation and he’s invested more wrench time than he can possibly remember over that time – not to mention
RodrezMay 5, 2021
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11th gen. Honda Civic Production Car
Nothing makes Super Street fans angrier than a prototype or rendering and up until now, that’s all we could offer regarding the 11th gen. Honda Civic. The burnt orange Civic sedan prototype that we talked about in November of last year signified a new direction for Honda who, at least in the enthusiast market, spent
RodrezApr 15, 2021
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Time Capsule 1985 Honda Civic Hatchback
You don’t find many older Hondas in the sort of condition that this 1985 Civic 1500S was found in and, if you do, and you’re immediately hit with throwback vibes and rich memories of piloting the same sort of chassis during “spirited driving encounters” on the streets 30-or-so years prior, then you don’t let it
RodrezApr 15, 2021
Old Skool Honda Presents: EF vs. DA Meet
The EF vs. DA car meet is just one of many put together by Instagram’s Old Skool Honda, a page dedicated to the Honda and Acura chassis of the 80s and 90s. The page regularly posts various builds and have grown a loyal following that’s always willing to get together with fellow old school chassis
RodrezMar 22, 2021
Honda Civic Hatchback Project K24 Pt. 13: Fluid Control
Chase Bays – Coolant Overflow Last year, as I began piecing this hatchback project together after it came back from DTM Autobody for its color change, Chase Bays provided their Tucked Aluminum Radiator kit that caught my attention for a few reasons, the first being that rather than just a small radiator that would sit
RodrezFeb 24, 2021
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Honda Tuning’s Project K24 Civic VX Pt. 12: Fuel & Monitoring
In the last update on Honda Tuning’s Project K24 Civic VX, I worked on getting the engine and transmission bolted in place along with its axles and a new wheel and tire package. It’s definitely starting to look like a car again after I’d completely torn it down for paint and bodywork a little over
RodrezFeb 5, 2021
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The Self-Made, 400+ Horsepower 1997 Honda Prelude
There’s something to be said for guys like Arturo Castillo, owner of this 1997 Honda Prelude, who dove into the import performance world with the money he’d worked hard for, then proceeded to build the car exactly the way he wanted with his own two hands. It’s not entirely uncommon, but for an industry in
RodrezDec 12, 2020
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Project K24 Pt. 11: 1992 Honda Civic VX Gets New Wheel & Tire Package, K-Series Engine Swap & Axles
In terms of project car building, some might assume that working for the Super Street Network and dealing with cars like this long-term 1992 Honda Civic VX hatchback means spending multiple days of the week wrenching away and making progress. The reality is, as much as I’d love to be able to do that, my
RodrezNov 16, 2020
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Same Year NSX-T Nabs Higher Closing Bid Than Ferrari 575M Maranello in Auction
The 18-year-old Targa-top Acura NA2 had just 10,000 miles on the odometer and one tiny spot of paint chipped off the roof while the similarly old Ferrari logged 14,000 miles and had rock chips on its nose.
Bob HernandezOct 27, 2020
Acuity Instruments' RSX & Honda K-Swap Adjustable Performance Shifter
Acuity Instruments revamps their testing and production procedures to produce an advanced adjustable short shifter
RodrezOct 23, 2020
Revisiting The Long Lost 1972 Honda 1300 Coupe 9 GTL
The last car Soichiro Honda personally oversaw and the culmination of the career of one of the auto industry's most prolific icons.
Jacob BrownOct 22, 2020
Project K24 Pt. 10: 1992 Honda Civic Hatchback Gets Hand-Built Coilovers & Spherical-Enhanced Suspension
Project K24's suspension gets an update courtesy of Fortune Auto, PCI and Circuit Hero
RodrezOct 22, 2020
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OEM-Plus 1993 Honda Civic Hatchback - Another One Saved
Based on an OEM+ feel, this hatch carries plenty of details, highly sought-after authentic goods and a nice surprise within its unassuming, nicely laid out engine bay.
RodrezOct 17, 2020
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1,300-Pound Civic Type R-Powered Rocketship!
Despite its familiar looks, the Ariel Atom 4 shares only 3 parts with its predecessor: the clutch pedal, brake pedal, and fuel cap. In other words, this is an all-new iteration of Ariel's analog sports car.
Greg FinkOct 15, 2020
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Timeless 2006 Honda S2000 Packs A 460HP Punch!
It's not often you find an S2000 cared for at this level up for sale, and it's rare that someone is in the position to make a purchase that's beneficial for both parties, but that's exactly what happened to Aymaan Rehman
RodrezOct 13, 2020
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Pricing and Details on the 2021 Honda Accord 10th Generation Refresh
The 2021 Accord, in many ways is Honda's golden child. Sure, we've applied that label before to the CTR, but in terms of sales, it's tough to argue that the Accord isn't their shining star
Alex StoklosaOct 12, 2020
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The 1st Gen. Honda CR-V Convertible You Never Knew Existed
Conceived as a design exercise, this bubbly, soft top CR-V was a show pony that highlighted what was possible by aftermarket engineering firm Valmet
Evan McCauslandOct 9, 2020
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Honda B-Series/D-Series Supreme Shifting With Hybrid Racing
For those who enjoy the audible, haptic feedback that comes from a snickety aftermarket shifter kit Hybrid Racing's Short Shifters offers the most diverse, innovative approach we've seen thus far from a bolt-in system.
RodrezOct 1, 2020
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The Jeep-ish, Dune Buggy-esque, JDM Honda Vamos Kei Truck
Part beach jolly, part utility pickup, part urban commuter; the Vamos ingested a lot of the weirdest trends from abroad and interpreted them in an absolutely unique way.
Alex KiersteinOct 1, 2020
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The History of the Honda CR-V
To some, the CR-V was essentially a bloated Civic, but for others, it ushered in an era of crossovers that seemed to pick up steam in later years
Alex StoklosaSep 29, 2020
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Revel USA Digital & Analog Gauges

The never-ending hunt for power is a common one for project car builders and sometimes it’s so encapsulating, that we forget about the other crucial factors that can affect and even support those power goals. Capable braking and a dialed-in suspension come to mind here, but often neglected is engine monitoring from the driver’s seat

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