Double Tails For Honda Civic

Civic open-topped 1976 with the addition of this coupling may be made a senior engineer at Honda next to a sign of raised eyebrows in surprise. They are confused and trying to convince himself that he, a friend, or a Honda company never produced such a car. It's true. It's just engineering Twyla March and Justin, a couple from Richmond, British Columbia, Canada.

"I built Honda Civic 1976 automatic transmission with an open roof design for my wife. Initially, the car was full of rust, but my wife likes," I'm Justin.

Twyla then added that even before design drawings are made, they both have found a 1978 Civic that is ready to be split and used as a trailer.

For countries such as Canada, looking for spare parts old Honda Civic is like looking for a needle in a haystack. Difficult, but there. They started this development project with main focus on the machine. Twyla and Justin had flown into New Zealand Civic, where their parents.

One of the souvenirs from New Zealand was the engine of the Civic D16Z6 1995, which was converted in the complete, leaving the standard engine with a capacity of 1.2 liters. Construction machinery takes approximately seven months.

The machine was subsequently accompanied by cooling SB1 SB1 Motorsports Motorsports radiator and water filters, special filmed pipes, fuel pump Ford Motorsports, until the SS HKS blow-off valve. Meanwhile, the legs fitted with KYB shocks and as of SB1 Motorsports as a counterweight.

Orange paint is the paint for the Isuzu, which is then poured over a framework specific claim.

Skip to the trailer, baggage from the Civic pieces function like the original. Remaining space was used as a store room with a cover made of similar open-close roof on the car puller. On the other hand, a large crate is added in front of the bars tow hooks. Power save eventually become the maximum.


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