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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 1:08 pm 
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so when does my 95 civic hatch become a nostalgic?....lol

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 1:24 pm 
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I think you're going to be waiting awhile... :P


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2009 2:01 pm 
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im hopin to have an old ride someday

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If you need some help with it, let me know. :mrgreen:

You might also check the "Ads/Auction Finds" section. We have a user in southern Oklahoma who posts a lot of cool cheap JNCs for sale north of you. :tu:


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datsunfreak wrote:
I think you're going to be waiting awhile... :P


What he said. :P

But... I do think that 90s Hondas will be the 30s Fords of a whole generation when the rest of the world is riding around in electric-hydrogen crossovers. So there's that.

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ben wrote:
But... I do think that 90s Hondas will be the 30s Fords of a whole generation when the rest of the world is riding around in electric-hydrogen crossovers. So there's that.


agreed 8)

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ben wrote:
But... I do think that 90s Hondas will be the 30s Fords of a whole generation...


Well, you could have convincingly made the argument they were the Tri-5 Chevy of imports a few years back. So I'd bet you'll be proven right.

But only if we save as many as we can now... 8)


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im hopin to have an old ride someday


That's an easy one!! Sell the '95 :D. You'd be able to buy two old rides, one to beat/daily one to build secksy :D. Or make one really secksy and daily it too :D.

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the most generous "cutoff" i've heard of is '88
the first year of the nissan silvia s13

but your g5 civic started in '92, four years later ...


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i am having trouble getting people to think my 86 is a classic, none-the-less my 88 and 91.. your 95 is about 10 years away buddy.


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well i think the official cut off time is 25 years ago for classic. so i guess pre84 would be the thing, it would be pre 85 next year then


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thanks guys

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in washington state, special collector vehicle plates are given on vehicles over 30 years old.

my civic is 32. 8)

check your texas dates.


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.rob wrote:
in washington state, special collector vehicle plates are given on vehicles over 30 years old.

check your Texas dates.


In Texas there are two designations. "Classic" covers any car/truck over 21 years old. "Antique" is for cars/trucks over 30 years old.


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.rob wrote:
in washington state, special collector vehicle plates are given on vehicles over 30 years old.

my civic is 32. 8)

check your texas dates.


Still waiting 2 more years to put collector plates on my Accord! I even have a 1981 green and white plate to put on it. No front plate is required either! w000t!

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