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Old 08-25-2018, 10:13 PM   #1
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Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed.
Ralphie : 2011 Honda CR-V EX-L



Miles:
Currently: 46,xxx


Engine/Trans:
2.4L

EXTERIOR:
Tango Red Pearl
Aluminum Push Bar in Front, and rear bumper guard bar.

INTERIOR:
LED light conversions

ICE:
OEM Navi unit.

SUSPENSION:
Stock

SHOES:
Stock 17" Alloys


Future:
Roof Raxxxx
Fog lights(Why did they not include them on an EX-L????)
Remote Start








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Old 08-25-2018, 10:19 PM   #2
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Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed.
OK so no more 2013 Accord lol.

We seem to trade cars in my family a lot lol.

Sister in law hated her car. Liked my Accord. In-laws were going to trade this CR-V in for a Subaru for the mother in law. Said id take the CR-V, give the sister my Accord, and then they could trade in her car for the Subi instead of this CR-V.

I had no dislikes of my Accord, but it was an i4 CVT, not a V6 6Speed, so no big loss.

IMO, I upgraded, as I now have a faithful AWD DD, with heated seats, LEATHER(How I missed it), and nav(which sucks, but its useful when I don't want to use my cell).

So whatever lol. As Im getting older, I want more and more to have a DD that is whatever and to hopefully pickup a 2nd car that is my fun car. Im torn on whether that should be a "nice" weekend car to go out on the town with the wife, or a full on project, but at least now I have a car thats good in lots of conditions, has a lot of storage space, and will be useful for outdoors activities.
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Old 08-26-2018, 07:26 AM   #3
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Looks good man, I like the bumpers / push bars
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Old 08-27-2018, 10:24 AM   #4
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Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed. Ralphie is damn fine. Damn fine, indeed.
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Looks good man, I like the bumpers / push bars
Thanks!

He put them on to protect the bumpers from NYC parking.

I kind of want to remove the rear one, because its pushed up against the body panels from people bumping into it.

Might readjust and replace the rusted hardware. Not sure.
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