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Author: MarkHiatt Big gold star, 5000 posts Old School Fool Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 11712  
Subject: Re: Interesting & Fun Second Car? Date: 1/30/2001 4:27 PM
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I humbly suggest a '97 or newer Honda Prelude. You wouldn't believe the fun you can have in this thing...

Yes, I would! I was the proud owner of a 1988 CRX Si, the color of Evil. The local Honda-VW dealership is super to work with, and I could definitely see going back to sporty-ish Honda, again.

And don't apologize for the lack of stump-pulling torque. I rarely need to pull stumps, anyway....

And I submit that someone with their foot deep into a VTEC, driving at 9/10ths all day long is having much more fun than someone with 300hp, who only gets into it about 6/10ths, now and then.

Good suggestions, all.
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