Sea Are Ecks

June 26, 2009

Whilst I was plundering about for other things entirely I happened upon these images of the Honda CR-X, they’re quite easily the best examples of the CR-X I’ve seen. There was a minor fad in NZ for a time where people were running horrific amounts of (extra) plastic on their CR-X’s, lots of steel and mesh, over-sized exhausts, etc. These how-ever show how the car should be done;

Honda CR-X, Gen. I

Honda CR-X, Gen. I (Wide-body)

Awesome.  Click more, for uhh.. for more!

Honda CR-X, Gen. II

The Generation I as shown above was available from 1984 until 1987, obviously not all of them were wide-body, I believe it was likely only the Mugen examples that were.  Still, they’re by far the best over and above any other, even those in the Generation II.  However, even the Gen. II which was made between 1988 and 1991 can be done pretty well.

Yep, I like ‘em.



  • Orion says:

    “Civic Racing eXperiment” :D

    One of my numerous old J’s Tipo issues has a massive writeup on the CR-X, was quite the cult car in its day back in Japan. The writers also had a constant hardon for the ZC DOHC engine given that it was the only decent competitor to the 4A-GE at the time

  • kyteler says:

    Mean! Share that shiz, do an actual entry on that. I dare you!

  • D says:

    All of a sudden I want one

  • flawles says:

    dont tell donna………………..i like crx’s too that last white one make me all happy like

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