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April 2005 It was another gray, drippy day in Tokyo, a land infested with power lines, radio towers, and all the scenery-choking flotsam that erupts around such a hastily built megalopolis. Tokyo is, to be blunt, a shitty place to photograph a car. But that's where the car -- a Bozz-tuned EVO VIII -
Being an engineer and into details, one of my favorite sayings is "Speed doesn't kill, rapid deceleration does!" Rapid, as in "nearly instantaneous deceleration caused by hitting hard immovable objects."
The 1991-'94 Sentra SE-R is a diamond in the rough. Introduced when the import phenomenon was barely a blip on the radar, the SE-R ran circles around the Hondas that would soon dominate the landscape. The SE-R was a two-door powered by a 2.0-liter, 140-hp inline four engine; it came with four-wheel
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