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Old 08-30-2018, 09:04 AM   #1
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1990 Honda Accord EX | Retro Review - MotorWeek

I still can't believe how well this car as aged. In retrospect, it looks more European than ever.

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Old 08-31-2018, 11:22 PM   #2
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There was a poor quality version of this on YT for years but it's quite nice to see it in high quality.

It's amazing looking back through the series how good the Japanese cars were in general in the 1990's. Simple, clean designs without a lot of cheese.

Although I feel like every Japanese car ran 7.5 to 9 seconds to 60 and 16-17 seconds in the quarter regardless of what it was.
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Old 09-01-2018, 04:38 AM   #3
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I'm guessing the cluster with volt and oil pressure gauges was an option nobody went for.
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I'm guessing the cluster with volt and oil pressure gauges was an option nobody went for.
That is one of their common complaints on any vehicle that doesn't have them...at least on the Retro Reviews.

I'd love that information in my truck. The Vette has them and the STi I added all that information myself. My Scan Gauge will read voltage if I hook it up.
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Ah, I thought he said it was something you could have asked for at the dealer. Wouldn't surprise me if they were an available option; the RSX had a paint code and HIDs that not one person opted for.
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Ah, I thought he said it was something you could have asked for at the dealer. Wouldn't surprise me if they were an available option; the RSX had a paint code and HIDs that not one person opted for.
I would think someone, somewhere would have a picture of that cluster if there was one.

We have members with the uber-rate factory navigation, I would think wed see something.
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