Friday, April 24, 2015

1976 Honda Civic CVCC

Along with the B210 and Corolla, the Civic was part of a different "big three" in the 70s: the 3 big economy compacts. The first generation was made from 1973-79, and, despite rust problems, sold well due to the American car manufacturer's inability to design a worthy competitor. The Civic was smaller than the Datsun, and cheaper than the Corolla, making it very attractive to buyers. Available as a 3 or 5-door, and a wagon, this patina'ed Civic shows the orginal placement of the turn signals in the grille.

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