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Old 02-15-2017, 06:37 PM   #1
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Fixing up a honda civic

So I plan on buying a 1998-2000 Honda civic from an auction and I want to make it look and drive the part of a nice, fast car. Can y'all give me advice on what I should do. Also leave links if you know of any good websites I can get parts from.
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Cool Re: Fixing up a honda civic

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So I plan on buying a 1998-2000 Honda civic from an auction and I want to make it look and drive the part of a nice, fast car. Can y'all give me advice on what I should do. Also leave links if you know of any good websites I can get parts from.
Skunk2 is a one stop shop for the Honda's. They carry suspension upgrades to motor upgrades. It's not hard to find them just type Skunk2 into your search browser.
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