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Old Jun 16, 2005, 10:10 PM   #1
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Cleaned and polished my Honda, took a few Pics its overcast downunder so light is not too contrasty.

I think Pinnanfarina had a hand in the Styling (Japanese not noted for styling)

Great car only had tires and batteries aside from servicing.

Have my sights on the Hondas2000 roadster

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Old Jun 16, 2005, 10:50 PM   #2
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Nothing like a freshly detailed car! A shame that when you were done you could not put the steering wheel back on the correct side...:roll:

By the way, I distinctly remember my first rental car in London (a manual shift), going left around a corner, being in the wrong lane, a double-deck bus coming at me in MY lane, and trying to shift with my left hand. Terrifying!
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WOW John, You have kept that car in great shape ! Really clean.The interior shot is my fav.Charles
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Old Jun 16, 2005, 11:04 PM   #4
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lol yes I forgot Troop having driven on both sides I prefer RHD when I was in CA being so used here in (Aus) to very fast LH turns where I can hang the tail out I felt at odds doing a fast LH in CA the Kerb gutter was on my opposite side now If I had to do a RHT in CA iI had still had to concentrate. :arrow: (Toyota Paseo) :?
What did I like over in CA prices of cars of course which did I like (in no order) Mustang convertable / S2000 / Corvette ....


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Nothing like a freshly detailed car! A shame that when you were done you could not put the steering wheel back on the correct side...:roll:

By the way, I distinctly remember my first rental car in London (a manual shift), going left around a corner, being in the wrong lane, a double-deck bus coming at me in MY lane, and trying to shift with my left hand. Terrifying!
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Still a nice looking car. I agree with you I like the style of the Honda 2000.
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Old Jun 17, 2005, 3:22 PM   #6
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Still a nice looking car. I agree with you I like the style of the Honda 2000.

Hope it doesn't have the 2000 Odyssey tranmission in it. My Odyssey did and had to be replaced. Honda has since upped the warranty to 100,000 miles for some of the 2000 Odysseys as they know some are defective (highly unusual for Honda... hey are quite embarassed by it.) Some VIN # are ok, mine wasn't :-( Had it replaced at 40,000 miles (under warranty) thinking it was good forever. Now at 118,000 it did it again ! Guess they can't last forever but my Accord has 198,000 on it and sill going strong.
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Charlie46227 wrote:

Odyssey is very popular in Aus.

Sorry to hear about the transmission problems you have had pretty rare occurance for a Honda who rate very well in general.

No the S2000 has NO link at all with Odyssey in terms of Mechanicals

In Aus. Honda support has no peer my Honda (present one) was checked twice and serviced out of warranty for potential problems for no charge this was a 10YO car.

The best Hondas are the Japanese built models
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Still a nice looking car. I agree with you I like the style of the Honda 2000.

Hope it doesn't have the 2000 Odyssey tranmission in it. My Odyssey did and had to be replaced. Honda has since upped the warranty to 100,000 miles for some of the 2000 Odysseys as they know some are defective (highly unusual for Honda... hey are quite embarassed by it.) Some VIN # are ok, mine wasn't :-( Had it replaced at 40,000 miles (under warranty) thinking it was good forever. Now at 118,000 it did it again ! Guess they can't last forever but my Accord has 198,000 on it and sill going strong.
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