Oops... Thanks for making me still feel welcome. I think I might stick around since they are so similar.basegreen said:Car looks really nice. You are aware this is a forum for the Euro version of the civic? It's very different as you can see from some of the gallery pics.
I'll get on that :shock:basegreen said:Edit: Just spotted the steering wheel is on the wrong side!? You want to get that checked out at your dealer.
You are correct, it is the dealer I bought this beauty from. I had an amazing experience with them. The salesman was obviously high pressure, but I didn't let him walk all over me. By the end of my first meeting w/ him we had reached an understanding and he was beginning to work with me. By the third day I had an awesome deal and just had to wait for him to find the exact color for me. (they didnt' have one in stock so they had to find a dealer that did...from what he told me that was going to be a daunting task...he called me the next day :-D) Their facility is killer. I plan on getting my service done there.Hartside said:Welcome Matrix0507, nice looking car you have there! What's the Bobby Rahal plate on the front? Is that the dealership you bought it from? I remember Bobby Rahal from CART when he used to race and then manage.
:lol: are you serious? Cool!Mark996 said:Blimey!!!!! :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock: An American that uses a 'Stick' shift and not Auto!!!!!!!
That's a rare thing indeed!!!!
My dad lives in Tampa, and I can't honestly say that I've NEVER seen a regular manual shift car round the area he lives!!!!
The fact that we don't have an aux in is a bit of an issue round these parts.Matrix0507 said:
:shock: That was one of the first things I did when I got my new Civic. Loaded up my iPod 8)generationgav said:The fact that we don't have an aux in is a bit of an issue round these parts.Matrix0507 said: