You know I was thinking the same thing, but I wasn't going to say it. Pretty nice car, but cover car? I don't know. I'll have to buy the mag and read about it. The wheels are rare, that's for sure. I guess that's all I'll say before reading the article.crxgator said:idk how he made cover especially with all those gaps and mismatched bumper years/molding... :?
lol. i think he meant he wanted to see the article on the 400hp SOHC. he didnt mean the rex had it.Richrowa said:
Just what I thought....I got the issue in the mail testerday and flipped it open to the CRX article. I think it's great they really like to feature CRXs but all I could think is....this is the best they could find? It's hard to ignore the misaligned body panels, drooping doors, and overspray. Hardly a "clean" CRX, nice project car but if you saw it at a car show with it's hood closed 99% of us would walk right past it. Cover car? Feh.....SETI20 said:My god what they put in magazines nowadays.
It's a nice project car...but 4 pages of "clean rex" ass-kissing??
Fix the gaps. Align the corners and headlights. Put the damned correct mouldings on. Scrape off the overspray on the weather stripping and tail rubbers.
Put the interior back in.
...then we'll see if it's a cover car.
People need to understand just because someone says something about a car it isn't always hating. It is just simply pointing out the facts. A cover car IMO is a badass car and something you could barely find a flaw on and strive to maybe be like. This car has a lot of issues and thats what most of us are talking about.TSXinaREX said:Wow, you guys must drink alote of hateraide. I think its a nice car, but I guess im alone on that.
**EDIT** but now that I go back and really look at the pics, that is alote of money to put into a car and not take the time to line up the body panels. The gaps on there are pretty horrible.