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  • RdS

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    Really fantastic video, and a beautiful little CRX. I love stories from long-term car owners.

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  • Antony Ingram

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    Likewise - the long-term owner stories are always my favorites. Does make me jealous I've not yet found a car that I could drive for the rest of my life, but it's also inspiring. Good to know some people still keep their cars standard too.

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  • Ae Neuman

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    a fantastic little car.
    iirc it was the late ljk setright who commented that cars with the same bhp/torque numbers were inevitably sweet revving and smooth in power delivery.

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  • Chris Saddler Sam

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    +1 ;)

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  • Chris Saddler Sam

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    RESPECT THE CRX

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  • George Martens

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    Thanks for the video I enjoyed watching you .it brought back memories of when I had my CRX the car was very enjoyable and easy and fun to get around in downtown Chicago.;)

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  • Ray Beltran

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    Mine was a '91, as I recall. Black, like this. Si. 108hp. Looked like a bullet with that cool Kamm tail. Big sunroof. Suspension Techniques springs, Tokico adjustable shocks. Lowered about 1-1/2 inches or so. And with Yokohama AOO8's (lasted about 15K miles, worth every mile), she cornered like she was on rails. Very fun to drive. Not enough room for a new family though. Had to say good-bye.

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  • Ray Beltran

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    HA! How funny! I traded my Scirocco for the SAME REASONS.
    My fiancé had a Civic that ran like a watch. After my Scirocco left me stranded AGAIN, I made the switch. Bought a "poor man's 928"; a Gen. 2 Prelude. Great car, but when I saw the CRX Si, I just had to have it.

    "… fun quick car. Didn't need a lot of power…" that's always been my preference as well!

    This is one of my favorite videos by far. Thanks SO much.

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  • Arvel Perry

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    Parallel universe! My first new car was a black 1987 CRX Si. I still own it today, though unfortunatley it is nowhere near the great condition his car is in. But I have also been stockpiling parts and look forward to the day when I can tool around town in it.

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  • Great job on the video and congratulations to the owner for sharing his story with us! I agree with the owner when he says by doing nothing to the car actually makes it stand out at a show. I've owned my '90 Corrado g60 for 22 yrs and I have only done tasteful mods to it, and the same thing happens to me when I take my car to shows, people ask many Qs about how they never see any unmodified etc.

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