View Full Version : New Member - First Honda - Going to build it CLEAN

10-01-2011, 03:13 AM
So after stalking this site for hours and hours... I decided to join it, and i think i can call this my " home " for the next several years. I am 17, own a truck at the moment, but going to buy a Civic Hatchback within a month. Most likely a 92-94 Hatchback, i love the way they look. Probably a B16a - Boosted, or a B18.

I want to do this RIGHT. I am a perfectionist when it comes to my " area " so you can all expect some very clean things coming from me. No rice. Im going to buy a bone stock or close to bone stock Civic, and start from the small things that count, and move on the bigger things. Doing things right the first time, being patient to earn money and get the right parts, no " eBay " stuff.

My name is Cody, I live in Arizona. This site inspires me so much. I wish to have one of the cleanest cars on this site. With all that being said, my build will probably start out very slow for the first few months, just gathering small things.... Cleaning the engine bay and making it shine, to replacing the cluster to an SIR. Once i buy an engine, block, etc... Thats when it will all flow very fast and im sure thats when most of you will all notice me on this site.

But i just wanted to tell you how much i adore this site, and hope theres much more to prosper from it. Theres SOOO many nice cars here, and alot of RICE. but all together, its a really nice community.

Thank you, and if you have an info on which Hatchback i should get, or what i should look at when buying the car, and a good price for the Pheonix area... It would be much appreciated :)

10-01-2011, 03:37 AM
Sounds good bro, do it up and welcome to the site. Can't wait till you get your civic.

10-01-2011, 03:42 AM
Me neither... Im pretty syked about it. I think the reason why i need it to be soooo clean is because i used to shun Civics... Not really thinking that... Not ALL civics are ricers. It can be clean, and a very reliable car, while being fast. That is if you do it right. And the more i learn about civics, the more im impressed