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A Truly Terrible Price

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Duncan Imports: purveyor of the finest Japan has to offer. And I do not use “finest” lightly. Except it seems someone forgot that when they purchased this deeply confusing Honda Accord wagon.

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It really doesn’t matter that I think the paint is too gaudy and the wheels are entirely too large. What matters is just one question: WHY? Who would look to the humble Honda Accord for a retro inspired woody wagon? And it doesn’t stop outside.

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No, this has a full custom interior, which relies heavily on that bright blue color.

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Oh my! That is simply a most unfortunate steering wheel! And did they leave the autobox trim stock despite its cheap black finish clashing with the glossy blue plastic?

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Oh. I guess we know why it was created now.

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Stock engine? I don’t know. But I can see the engine was out and the paint job was very thorough. I’m kinda impressed.

And the price to own this blue blob of bourgeois bling?

$30,000!

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And finally, a little humor. For some reason, I cannot find Duncan’s description; it its place is this bar from Kelley Blue Book on Accords, which includes someone boasting about their 2004 Pilot’s reliability. I don’t think this is particularly useful.

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