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Integra Project, Part 5

Our Long-Term Integra Gets Aggressive

Matthew Pearson
Aug 1, 1999
Photographer: Brent Romans

So it took us almost a year, but we've finally gotten our long-term Integra (we call him Not Bob) looking good. OK, so he's not really ours, and in a few short weeks we have to give him back to the kind folks at Acura. We'll be sad to see him go. Actually, we'll be beyond sad. Most of us can't talk about Not Bob's going away without getting choked up. But we must carry on and enjoy every remaining moment we have with him (Jeez, Matt. It's not like he's dying or anything--oh, wait, he is. Never mind.--BR).

Part of what we set out to do with Not Bob was to use him to showcase new products. Case in point, the all-new Aggressor body kit from Wings West. You've probably seen the kit on a Civic before, but this is a new kit specifically designed for the Integra. The kit includes the Aggressor front, side skirts, and a rear valance. For this installation, we also added a three-piece wing. Follow along as we watch the Wings West folks outfit Not Bob with a new countenance.

Sources

Wings West
949/722-9995
www.wingswest.com
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