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1993 Honda Civic Si & 1994 Honda Del Sol - Honda Bond
Two friends with a common interest and similar goals: to build clean Hondas
Joey LeeDec 26, 2013
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1994 Honda Del Sol - Lone Ranger
When San Antonio's Fernando Huerta picked up this neglected little 1994 Honda Del Sol as a daily driver, his intentions were to own a cheap cruiser to rock around during the summer.
Brian McGurkMay 18, 2010
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1994 Honda Del Sol - Second Time Around
Read about this clean 1994 Honda Del Sol, equipped with DC sports shift knob, Type R steering wheel, Skunk2 cam gears and more!
Brian McGurkFeb 9, 2010
1994 Honda Del Sol S - The Beater
After selling his EF Civic, Fred knew he was missing something.
Joey LeeDec 1, 2009
Everyday People
The del Sol is arguably one of Honda's quirkiest cars. Introduced in 1992 as a successor to the CRX, the Sol meshed the Civic platform with the CRX's sporty, two-seater vibe. Honda even added a targa top to help the little machine feel more like a Porsche. The
Dan FrioJun 1, 2003
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1994 Honda Del Sol
Sometimes, we wish for something that isn't available or within our grasps. Our wishes to have Jessica Alba as a bikini-wearing staff intern have gone granted. Cars? Well, they're a little easier to fiddle with. Ramiro Sangco wanted to build a Honda, but he di
Ricky ChuNov 1, 2001
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1994 Honda Del Sol - Final Call
Check out this custom 1994 Honda del Sol.
Ricky ChuNov 1, 2001
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