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Submitted by: hellcat103       Ticketed: Comments: 7 (Read/Post)
Nuclear Civics always seem to have steel wheels and crazy, deformed front ends. Must be the radiation.


Make/Model: Honda Civic   Posted by: Trooper

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#1 6-24-2004 @ 08:20:27 PM
Posted By: Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
Here we have a fervent supporter of the "Stickers increase horsepower" theory of car modding. Hey, put some more on, you can still see half the road from the driver's seat!

#2 6-24-2004 @ 10:22:03 PM
Posted By: musclecar Reply | Edit | Del
#1, This piece of shit looks like the love child of a Civic and a Dodge Ram. You're right Low-Tech, this moron must think that all those stickers are making his car look faster and cooler. Usually cars that are truly fast, don't need to advertise what they have, at least I don't on my Chevelle. I guess what I'm trying to say is, I'd like to punch this idiot in the throat.:0)

#3 6-25-2004 @ 01:28:29 AM
Posted By: MxCx Reply | Edit | Del
Im not seeing any Ram here. More Trans Am than anything.

#4 7-05-2004 @ 12:47:26 PM
Posted By: lennier Reply | Edit | Del
#2, Yeah I was thinking that hood reminded me of something Pontiac. And at least such a car has a decent amount of torque, rather than the itty bitty 107lb ft this Civic probably has. BLAH

#5 7-29-2004 @ 04:48:50 PM
Posted By: car_totaller Reply | Edit | Del
I guess the nuclear sticker is better than a Type-R

But this car sucking fucks.

#6 7-29-2004 @ 07:28:23 PM
Posted By: Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#5, Oh, no doubt it's better. Concordantly, I'd rather be stoned to death than disemboweled.

#7 10-24-2005 @ 08:25:32 PM
Posted By: dubbs Reply | Edit | Del
wow, i didnt know konig made steelies

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