• Honda Civic Type R: car review

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    overkillz Yesterday, 04:24 PM Go to last post

    Yea I questioned the year also, but it's correct.

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    Lishoxplox Yesterday, 04:02 PM Go to last post

    Also, make a new thread to ask your question. Don't post questions about your car in the sticky threads. Don't resurrect posts from 2002 to ask a question,

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    Are you sure about that year? The 4th generation Accord wagon wasn't released until 1991.

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