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My new civic 1.4 sport

Hi all cool owners, please pay respect for my new born civic
Here is the birth certificate
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 30th August 2006, 22:48
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Doody looks nice and it will be even better looking once the transport bits are removed. Bet you can't wait
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Dude waiting is like torture, to give u an idea, I am reading at this cool site for about 5 hours now.....

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What is the white tape type stuff on the bonnet and roof for. I wondered when I got mine but never actually asked. If for protection, why is only part of the bonnet and roof covered

Its probably obvious, but I have no idea
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Looks good Doody, get it unwrapped sharpish!

No idea on the tape, but I kinda like those wheels
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Well good question, I asked myself also if u protect the roof why not all of it?

I guess we have to call it semi-protection
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At a guess; would it be where the straps or holders go for fixing it to the transporter?
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Looks good Doody, get it unwrapped sharpish!

No idea on the tape, but I kinda like those wheels
Those wheels are specially made and no one has them on, that makes them unique
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...do you get much brake dust coming through
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Nice one mate - I remember seeing mine like that for the first time, really gets your heater going knowing it's finally gonna be yours!!!!!

Are you going to change the exhaust blanks for the 'dummy' exhaust triangles??
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Hi Doody!

Where in the Netherlands are you?? I lived and worked for two years in Haarlem....
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Where in the Netherlands are you?? I lived and worked for two years in Haarlem....
Hi dude, I live in the Hague (home of international justice!) about 60 km from Haarlem, cool that u worked in Holland, did u learn any dutch? 8)
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Nice one mate - I remember seeing mine like that for the first time, really gets your heater going knowing it's finally gonna be yours!!!!!

Are you going to change the exhaust blanks for the 'dummy' exhaust triangles??
Hi Mark, yes i will surely do, it costs in the Netherlands about 250,00

U can still see thru but for the public the will not notice the diffrence
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welcome to the 1.4 club
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Hi dude, I live in the Hague (home of international justice!) about 60 km from Haarlem, cool that u worked in Holland, did u learn any dutch? 8)
I'm ashamed to say the answer is no! - apart from a few words including, of course ( ) "lekker" - but I loved living there, the people and the country - if the UK suddenly sank then that's where I would be .....

Enjoy your Civic Doody!!
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250!!!????

They are 150 here, fitted!!!!!
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250!!!????

They are 150 here, fitted!!!!!
I have been robbed!
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i got qouted 300 for dummy exhausts
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Well I have called the dealer and told him others have got the dummy exhausts for 150,00 so I want a discount, he made a discount of 50 euros they now costed me 200 euros which i find still very expensive, but no way I will ride wthout em
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