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Old 11-15-2004, 12:06 AM   #1
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SEMA2004: Honda and Acura Show Off New Products

SUMMARY: <span style="FONT-SIZE:10pt; FONT-FAMILY:Arial">The Honda and Acura brands are two names that have long-been associated with aftermarket products and the SEMA Show, and for obvious reasons. Throughout the 90s, young enthusiasts in Southern California and beyond picked Honda as the company of choice because of their simple, lightweight, and relatively affordable models like the Civic an Integra. They sparked a tuner revolution that has been likened to the muscle car heyday of Detroit. </span>

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Here's some more photos from Honda at SEMA that I couldn't fit into the article. Sorry if a few are blurry, I'm not exactly a professional photographer.

















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Re: SEMA2004: Honda and Acura Show Off New Products

There are porbley not as many honda there becouse there are so amny cars out there they can be modded easly not back in the 90s where there where not as many cars back thin...
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