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Old 06-30-2020, 11:17 AM   #1
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Civic Type R by Mugen

No change in power, just interesting bits and bobs.

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Old 06-30-2020, 01:41 PM   #2
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Way too much going on there, the Type R was already over styled in my opinion. Coincidentally enough, there's a cute CRZ with a factory fitted Mugen body kit for sale about 60 miles away from me, a rare beast. I'm compiling a few cars to go and see after the lock down is over, we have to wait until Monday and we're allowed to travel more than 5 miles, I cannot wait!
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As a Honda lover, bikes and cars, I'd love one of those. Thrashed a Type R round Knockhill, and it was great.
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I'd definitely love to have a Type R if they gave me one. I can't see buying one though. Too young and "sporty" riding for me to spend money on one. Well, if I win the lotto it could be one of the few "extra" cars just for fun now and then.
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You only live once, you should try something Sporty. The thing that makes hot hatches so popular is that they're good at the every day stuff, you don't have to drive them quick. My daily driver is smooth, quiet, refined, very easy to drive and around town and exceptionally comfortable too, yet has plenty of power in reserve for whn I need it.
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I had a 1975 Porsche 911S for several years. It was a very fun car. I'm old enough I want quiet, comfortable and cushy now. But if I ever have lotto level money I'll get a few not sensible toys.
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