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Nice car, another member of the NHB club :)
 

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very nice

apart from the dealer sticker,
replace it with a civinfo one:VTECSMILEY::D
 

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funny you should say that, took the sticker out this morning :)
 

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very nice

apart from the dealer sticker,
replace it with a civinfo one:VTECSMILEY::D

I always tell dealers not to put their adverts on the rear window. If they do, I take it off infront of them and get their man to clean the screen before I leave. Their name and logo on the number plate is as good as they get.

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Nice ,looks like the wait was worth it then
 

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I just can't decide between NHB, Milano Red or Alabaster Silver. At the moment I'm leaning towards Red or Silver, but NHB does look so good!
 

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Hi Robbo,
Nice Photo's
Red on a Civic is fantastic, but I've never owned a red car ever, but I'm wearing a Head Snowboards long sleeve Tshirt, that is exactly the same shade of red, but never had a red car !

The problem is that Red is flash and sporty. I'm more of your quiet Sociopathic type usually, You know, Stealth up and then blow them away! ( within the legal speed limits mind you.) But Red suits the Civic all the way. (Particularly the Type-S and Type-R)

I have owned several Black cars before (both base black and black with metalic flake) and its a pain to clean and shows scratches and marks. Silver is nice and suits my nature, but I'm not sure.

The other consideration is to get a Type-S GT i-CTDi (chipped) or Type-R GT and keep it standard. I do want the power and look of the Type-R and don't need the economy of the Diesel (weekend use only), but I would like the cheaper insurance and road tax! What do you think, is it worth the extra for the "R" (more agressive look and extra power) or is the Type-S Turbo Diesel (with its wizzie turboeyness) like yours better value and just as much fun? (given no financial or fuel economy constraints as it would only be doing @ 5000 miles per annum).
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I must say the pictures of your Type-S GT are pulling me in the direction of a red CTS GT i-CTDi, but I do think I would have to get the plastic bits colour coded by the dealer.:TTurbo:

I've just put a photo of your car on my desktop, to ponder over the colour. It looks so nice.
 
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