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My '04 Civic

Discussion in 'Show off your 7th Generation Honda Civic (2001-200' started by Mrod209, Jan 17, 2012.



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  1. Mrod209

    Mrod209 New Member

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    Hi its been about 8 months with my 2004 honda civic Dx.
    I bought the car salvage, and since then worked on it to get it to where it is now.
    Bought it with 80xxx now it has 99xxx. Gonna b changing the timing belt with the water pump soon.
    Hope you like and tell me what you think. =)

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  2. joe7987

    joe7987 Administrator Staff Member Registered VIP Registered OG 5+ Year Member 10+ Year Member

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    Looks like you did a good job restoring it!
     
  3. Mrod209

    Mrod209 New Member

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    Haha ya it took lots of patience.
    I bought her for about 1000 with 78xxx mi.
    I paid about 2000 for parts.
    Total was 3000 =) I'm happy with it.
    Plus you also have that great feeling of ya, i fixed her up =) lol
     
  4. Khafka23

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    Dig the rims.
     
  5. Mrod209

    Mrod209 New Member

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    Thanks. I ended up finding them on Craigslist. It took me quite a while, but I found them.
    They're drag alloys. Gun metal.
     
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  7. Mrod209

    Mrod209 New Member

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    Thanks
     
  8. emerican

    emerican New Member Registered VIP

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    good job fixing it up man looks really good.
     
  9. Dominick

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    x2 with the restoration. I love the foglights. Good job man
     
  10. Jezek

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    Nice turn around...and I understand the bandaid, but to me it just draws more attention to the scratches and looks ugly :twocents:
     
  11. Blayze2010

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    Very nice rebuild! ^agreed, ditch the bandaid lol
     
  12. Mrod209

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    Thanks everyone.
    I just gotta find another bumper now.
     
  13. civic209

    civic209 New Member Registered VIP 5+ Year Member

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    I think i remember seeing this one on ebay for part out?
    lol anywho looks good
     
  14. 95egsmooth

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    nice job rebuilding that. looks good. btw i do have an NIB oem spoiler if your ever interested
     
  15. Mrod209

    Mrod209 New Member

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    Thanks and can I see the spoiler?
     
  16. AndrewPicon

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    nice comeback lol
     
  17. jackphiho

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    did u took the car to the shop for the dent on the right rear quarter panel?
     
  18. Mrod209

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    Yes i did. I was really satisfied with the job they did. well, they're some buddies of mine.
    I mean its not perfect, there's a tiny gap but you cant even tell.
     
  19. emerican

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    glad you got it fixed man.
     
  20. Mrod209

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    So I decided to paint my wheels white. I did them this last weekend.
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