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This is the facelifted version of the original Honda Civic, the car that helped establish Honda as a major car manufacturer. Each successive Civic model, has not only grown in size but also spawned several different body shapes. The UK only recieved 2 door and 4 door models initially, then followed by a versatile 3 door hatchback version.
One my spots in the centre of Oxford circa 1998. I tried to get into the habit of having my camera with me all the time, as Oxford having a large student population would also mean typical older student cars. I saw this Honda Civic a few times in the area before I snapped it - lucky I did as I never saw it again on the road.
This morning I rode over 1½ hours on these field roads. t was cold, some -2 °C, but that kept the roads solid. I saw curlews, lapwings, mallards, larks, kestrels, crows, magpies and jackdaws. The geese seem to have gone.
Circuit du Castellet (Paul Ricard HTTT) - France
Caméra: Nikon D80
Exposition: 0,004 sec (1/250)
Longueur focale: 22 mm
Vitesse ISO: 100
Honda Shadow street bike, ready rider found on the street of course, shot in North Carolina.
this 2009 Honda Civic is owned by Rathy Lanh
the 2006-2011 Honda Civic is related to the
2003-2011 Honda Element
2002-2006 Honda Integra/ Acura RSX
2006-2011 Acura CSX
2007-2011 Honda CR-V
Honda Superbike Championship of Alabama.
Saturday, 9-16-2017 Barber Motorsports Park
honda prelude 2001, Nikon D60, TPC, Toronto Prelude Club
Another Honda, this time a 3 door Civic hatchback - Honda sold variants with a hatchback and a traditional saloon opening alongside each other for much of the 70's. Snapped in the 1992.
This is the Honda RA272.
Driven by Richie Ginther it was the first Japanese car to win a Grand Prix, at the 1965 Mexican Grand Prix.
This model was very hard to recreate with LEGO parts. Those smooth curves are always a problem and the back of the car, with tubes, engine and exhausts were very hard to put together.
It has steering and a V12 engine that can be seen when the hood is removed.
It was intended for the LUGNuts 35th Build Challenge, but it got delayed. So, it will enter the 36th Build Challenge instead.
Este é o Honda RA272.
Conduzido por Richie Ginther, foi o primeiro carro japonês a ganhar um grande prémio, em 1965 no Grande Prémio do México.
Este modelo foi muito difícil de recriar usando peças LEGO. As curvas suaves são sempre um problema e a traseira do carro, com tubos, motor e tubos de escape foram difíceis de construir.
Este modelo tem direcção e um motor V12 que pode ser visto quando se tira a tampa atrás do piloto.
Este carro tinha como objectivo o 35.º Desafio de Construção do LUGNuts mas houve um atraso. Assim, em vez disso, entrará no 36.º Desafio.
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