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You read that right, someone really purchases an Acura Integra for $63,800. Now of course it was the Type R and only had 1200 original miles, but the statement still remains shocking. Honda/Acura's Type R line of cars has...
The 14th annual Japanese Classic Car Show (JCCS) was held once again in Long Beach this year. A perfect mid 80 degree Southern California weather, Long Beach's amazing backdrop and classic Japanese cars. It's hard to ask for a...
I was recently at a cars and coffee in South Orange County and spotted a s2000 CR. This one was in pristine condition. It reminded me how much of an amazing car Honda created. The original s2000 debuted in...
Popular Youtuber with over 120,000 subsribers Tommyfyeah recently made a video where he explains that he has spent over $36,450 building his current NA Miata. That's a lot of money for a Miata, but a quality build doesn't come...
We have all seen our fair share of ls swapped, v6 swapped and K series Honda swaps on Miatas. But here’s something you don’t see everyday, an electric converted Mazda Miata. Best of all, it’s still front engine, rear...

Dan’s 1965 VW Bug

SoCal Aircooled style meets the streets of Florida. This is Dans 1965 VW Bug, picked up as a shell back around 2012. That is actually me in the picture the day we picked it up. It was originally intended to...
The Toyota 86 (aka Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ) has been criticized by some as being extremely under powered ever since it’s release in 2012. TRD and STI rumors have always been floating around with some hoping for some...
Taking a glance at the NISMO car lineup the Leaf is not one you would immediately suspect to earn the NISMO badge. Then again we did get the NISMO Juke so anything seems possible. With the increasing popularity of...
Why do people hate Hondas? The Honda car modification community has a huge following with huge amounts of dedicated enthusiasts. However, with that comes many Honda haters. Today well dig deeper and see what this is all about. I think...
True pick your part junkyards are something that seems to be slowly going away as time progresses. I decided to document my experience and give a Southern California Pick your Part Junkyard Tour. Parts here tend to be much...

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