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My new Civic Type S - GT

Hello, im new to this forum so thought i would show you my new car that is getting delivered to me in 2 weeks. Let me know what you think?
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 19th April 2010, 18:07
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Nice choice mate! Have you gone for the petrol or diesel?
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nice looking car mate ....nice colour too but i'am a bit bias lol
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looks awesome matey, bet your well pleased with it.
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Well i havent picked it up yet but I'm sure i love it. I already have it booked it to have it colour coded knighthawk black all over. In answer to your question its the 1.8 petrol
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Fabulous choice. I just recieved my 1.8 s-type gt and love it! The roof and cruise is my fav

Where are you getting your colour coding done, and how much if you dont mind me asking? I'm looking to get mine done in the near future.

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Superb looking motor that matey! Good choice
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Great looking car
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yup like it and colour coding already on the horizon.... its a slippery slope my friend if you have a spare 5 mins look at whats been done to mine since January
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my first civic its a real good car and the pan roof is sexy as
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nice one dude
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Fabulous choice. I just recieved my 1.8 s-type gt and love it! The roof and cruise is my fav

Where are you getting your colour coding done, and how much if you dont mind me asking? I'm looking to get mine done in the near future.

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I am getting it done at my local bodywork specialist. He looked at the car and quoted me 200 for the lot, front, back and the skirts. I asked Honda and they told me 1200!!! Unbelievable!
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thats a great price! he is smoothing them first?
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Thats a good question, I will find out when i take the car to him. He was working on a 2010 new ford focus RS when I turned up for a quote. He obviously has a good reputation!
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im sure he has! most of the work is the actual removal (is he going to take them off?) and prep hence the price usually being a bit more. if he paints them on the car it might explain the price either that or hes very cheap
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Finally had my Type S colour coded. Makes it looks much better in my opinion. What do you reakon?
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very sexci...good job in getting the car so clean also
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Looking slick fella, Lovely looking car!! Its identical to mine, Iam going for the type R rear spoiler very soon!... Ive had a quote from honda to spray and fit and they want 320 got a few body shops about but dunno if i trust to do the job so??
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I got mine fully colour coded for 200. I asked a price for fitting and spraying on a type R spoiler and he gave me a quote of about 120. I was really impressed with the colour coding he did for me.
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nice! nice price too!
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