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There are some stories that just need to be told, and we feel like Joe Huria’s path to building his street/strip Galant VR-4 is one of them. For one, the AWD platform is a bit of an oddball choice to modify, but not unheard of, so we admire Joe’s willingness to go down the road
For as many ’80s and ’90s cars as we cover here at Super Street, you’d think we’d get ahold of more Mitsubishi Starions (and Conquests) and Eagle Talons (and Eclipses), but the truth is, there aren’t a ton of these floating around. So, when we do come across something as rare and well-built as the
Motovicity Distribution came to us with an idea: Collaborate with them on a project that could showcase their product portfolio. After kicking around a few ideas, we agreed an Evo would be the perfect car to use.
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