Warning: gratuitous Type R content ahead.

We were greeted by a bunch of Mustangs

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Greeted by an angry catfish when we got inside

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Regal TourX
Ah yes, the Volkswagen Stinger

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Lexus LC500, surrounded by old people

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IS350 F-sport. The want is massive.

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There we go
Clarity. It’s hard to tell, but the rear wheel wells are partially obscured, in a nod to the original Insight

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Look ma, no markup
Red

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An Si sedan. I felt like this was much more liveable and comfortable, and I now want one

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Aegean Blue is a lovely color

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One of 2 new Accords on display
M240i

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M all the things
430Xi Gran Coupe. Nice seats

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McLarens
4C

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720S in Papaya Orange
Huracan

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AMG GT roadster

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Bee Ahh Zed
The front end is definitely better than the 86

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C7 Grand Sport

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Yellow Matrix
Manual shifter in the 86

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Some Studebakers

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KITT
VIR’s safety GT-R...with manufacturer plates

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The other new Accord

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No

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Back at the Si
Mmm, yes

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I could afford this
Orange Fit

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The LC interior is lovely

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Gigantic LS500H
Press F to pay respects

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I like Triple Yellow better

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Every time we touch I feel the static
Just a pretty car

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GT350
1965

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1967 IIRC
Foxes

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The Alfa guy said “it’s not a Quadrifoglio, bro!”
4C with engine visible

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ILX seats. They’re almost identical to the ones in my TSX.
K20 in the CTR

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L15 in the Si. There’s room for a bigger turbo, just saying...
TourX again

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One last CTR photo. I actually saw another one on the way home, a black one. Because of course.