1982 honda hatchback




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  • The Honda Civic (second generation) debuted in June with a more angular shape, The wheelbase now measured inches (2, mm) for the hatchback (the two-door "sedan" was dropped) and inches In early another facelift added larger plastic bumpers, a new grille and rectangular headlights.

    Sep 1, I'm the original owner of a Honda Civic FE hatchback, and I can't imagine ever selling it. It's 30 years old this year, and I'm giving it an.

    Honda is a young Japanese auto-building company, it was founded in 1948. Now the concern, besides cars, also builds motorcycles, planes and is engaged in robotics. Many experts consider Honda cars to be one of the most reliable.

    HONDA ACCORD 4 DOOR SEDAN FOR SALE. THIS IS A RARE HONDA AZ COUPE POP ORANGE Z N Civic Hatchback

    1982 honda hatchback

    1982 honda hatchback

    Look at this nightmare…. Time has marched on since these cars were new; is long gone. It seems to me like these people are getting harder to find. I would say they became B bodies for me starting with the 6th generation forward. I was quick to start personalizing my car.

    1982 honda hatchback

    1982 honda hatchback

    1982 honda hatchback

    1982 honda hatchback

    1982 honda hatchback

    Honda Civic - Overview - CarGurus

    Long gone… That is what comes to mind when I think about my Honda Civic Sedan, and for that matter, practically any Japanese car built before , here in steel-loving Pennsylvania. This was my first car, but that was now six daily drivers ago. Seems like an eternity already, but this was an unforgettable car.

    How could it be, given that I was fifteen when I got it? And that I shut down a Trans Am with it. This picture, taken on the last day that I owned it in , is how I remember it. The hood was sourced from a brown car, dressed primer black but never actually pained to match.

    1982 honda hatchback

    Still, with , miles on it, it had more life left in it for its new owner, who would put another 30, miles on it before giving it to his daughter, who promptly totaled it. I have yet to see one at the Mecum Auction, or at Barrett-Jackson. My dad originally purchased what would become my first car, as a daily driver for himself.

    When he got it, Little Blue was still wearing its original Avignon blue metallic paint with black trim complementing its black plastic covered federal-mandated battering ram bumpers.

    1982 honda hatchback

    It had the two-tone blue interior much like the car pictured above. These cars came with novel features absent from most of the economy cars from Detroit such a: The second generation Civic debuted in featuring the familiar hatchback version, but also a station wagon, and in for the first time ever, a traditional three-box 4-door sedan.

    These were the first Civics to be offered with the new optional 3 speed automatic transaxle, replacing the Hondamatic two speed. The CVCC engine was a stratified charge engine, or one where different intake valves are used to feed two different mixtures of air and fuel into the combustion chamber.

    The CVCC head has the spark plug mounted inside a small pre-chamber which is fed with a richer than normal mixture of fuel by a small dedicated intake valve. This third valve received an extra rich fuel and air mixture from a smaller third barrel of the carburetor. The spark plug ignites this rich mixture. The burning flame front then travels through a port to the rest of the combustion chamber where it continues to burn an extra-lean mixture in the larger part of the cylinder above the piston.

    1982 honda hatchback

    My dad essentially handed over the keys to my 82 Civic in the summer of While I really wanted a 77 Trans Am in black and gold with T-tops, I was happy to have any car to call my own. I was quick to start personalizing my car. That is fifteen year-old me cutting a hole in the roof of my car with a jigsaw. It was on this day that I learned a lesson about removing the headliner first, before cutting the hole in the roof. Unfortunately, too much of the headliner was cut away in the process, requiring double sided carpet tape to keep it in place from then on.

    Fortunately, I did a far better job cutting the steel and it never did leak. Fog lights, window tint and other accessories would be installed around that time also. But hey, I was a teenager. And teenage boys with their cars are like teenage girls with makeup; more is always better.

    82 Civic with VTEC Motor swap



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