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Some of my 02 and other automotive history


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Dug up a few pics from a shoe box if you will.

That's my friend Chris falling a sleep on my 02 back in the day at Lime Rock.

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My 02 in my friend Jeff's driveway.

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Dig that 6 bolt flywheel and 3 finger clutch!

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My old motor when it was new. I replaced the shocks and strut mounts right after the picture was taken.

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Remember hacky sack?

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Then a Volvo winter car.

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Witch gave way to this car. One of my all time favorites.

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My Midget creeping up on Longs Peak Pass in CO. Notice the beer can behind the rear tire since the parking brake wouldn't quite hold on the hill.

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Ah yes, The white and green car that my friend Jeff owned.

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Jeff O fest 94... the auto X that I drove in.

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The main reason I didn't paint my car Granada like it was when it was new. I mean it's a great looking car. I just didn't want to make another red flared car.

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John

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Cool pics, thanks for sharing John. My first car with my own money was an 86 CRX Si. It was the best car I ever owned, zero issues. I beat the shit out of it and it still had the original clutch when I sold it at 110k. The only thing I ever had to change was the battery, starter, alternator and oil. I see a 2nd gen CRX in the first pic.

Looks like you had one of those add on sunroofs that were popular in the late 80s too.

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Cool pics, thanks for sharing John. My first car with my own money was an 86 CRX Si. It was the best car I ever owned, zero issues. I beat the shit out of it and it still had the original clutch when I sold it at 110k. The only thing I ever had to change was the battery, starter, alternator and oil. I see a 2nd gen CRX in the first pic.

Looks like you had one of those add on sunroofs that were popular in the late 80s too.

Ray....110k?...I would hope it was still the oe clutch...especially for a Honda...lol.....try to get close to 200k next time.

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Cool pics, thanks for sharing John. My first car with my own money was an 86 CRX Si. It was the best car I ever owned, zero issues. I beat the shit out of it and it still had the original clutch when I sold it at 110k. The only thing I ever had to change was the battery, starter, alternator and oil. I see a 2nd gen CRX in the first pic.

Looks like you had one of those add on sunroofs that were popular in the late 80s too.

Ray....110k?...I would hope it was still the oe clutch...especially for a Honda...lol.....try to get close to 200k next time.

It probably had 10-20k miles left in but it was very abused. Afterall, I was only 19 and lucky for me it only had 105hp. : )

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