1977 Honda Civic CVCC Hatchback JDM Red Coupe 1st Gen Classic Youngtimer
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'78 Honda Civic CVCC rare survivor saved from death! The resto begins!
'78 Honda Civic CVCC, rare survivor saved from death! The resto begins!
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...taken from a field, trees cut down for it to be released, and brought
home to be demoused and flipped, this poor little civic got a second chance
at life this month, after a 14+ yr nap, starting with the de-treeing and
ending with a quick resto, this will encourage the new owner to keep on
truckin! on the engine rebuild and interior rehab; this car sold in 1 day
to the first guy in about 1 minute! I wish I had a stack!
PART 1 of 3? ..the drag home, the clean up, the initial resto begins!
PART 2 ----- ....rockers, primer, etc! coming real soon! 1/2 done already!
This car is clean, solid, straight, complete, rare, mildly sporty, and
missing the engine/tranny.
Sidetracking from the norm, an easy resto 'cause it's so small! Stay tuned,
there's no time to waste! If it was mine I'd stuff a newer mill in 'er and
beat the shit outta it, but I have other projects waiting patiently! And
this one's all about the $$$! Such an in-demand goofy little car! So easy
to work on! Damn!
Next up, a 66 Ford 1/2t, maybe a 61 Impala couch? Probably a 70 Toyota
Hilux! Who knows!
sorry I had to modify the music to satisfy this place, so it was once a bit
better sounding! :(
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1981 Honda Civic Station Wagon CVCC Video 1 Owner 4 Cyl Manual For Sale Estate Break
1981 Honda Civic Station Wagon CVCC 1 Owner 4 Cylinder Second Generation
Estate or Break Video Preview Walk Around http://www.1ownercarguy.com Here
is a very nice 81 Honda Civic Station Wagon. It is very rare that you see a
car like this that is this clean. Someone took very good care of this car
over the years. The paint is in good condition but does have signs of
fading and chipping in spots but does have a nice shine to it. The body is
very straight and clean. There is no rust on the car at all. It has the 4
cylinder engine and a manual transmission. The cars runs great and is a
blast to drive. It just cruises down the road. The interior is clean but
the seats and a couple pieces on the door are dried out and cracking from
the sun. I can get them all replaced for cheap and it will look great if
you would like. You will be hard pressed to find another Honda like this
that is this clean.
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The 1980 Civic debuted with a more angular shape, increased engine power,
and larger dimensions in all models. The wheelbase now measured 88.6 inches
(2,250 mm) for the hatchback (the two-door "sedan" was dropped) and 91.3
inches (2,319 mm) for the wagon. The Civic engines came in cross flow and
CVCC design depending on the market they were sold in; the base 1335 cc
("1300") CVCC engine made 55 hp (41 kW), while the 1488 cc ("1500") CVCC
engine produced 67 hp (50 kW). Three transmissions were offered: a
four-speed manual (on base models), a five-speed manual and a three-speed
The Civic 1300 and 1500 came in base and DX versions, and the latter
featured a five-speed manual transmission, partial cloth seats, carpet,
rear window defroster, intermittent wipers, and a cigarette lighter. The
1500 GL added radial tires, a rear window wiper/washer, tachometer, clock,
and body side moldings. The Civic wagon came in a single version that was
similar to the DX trim level.
In 1980 a three-box four-door sedan debuted, as did a three-speed automatic
transmission that replaced the aging two-speed unit fitted to the first
generation Civic. Rectangular headlamps and black bumpers appeared on the
1982 Civic. The 5 door hatchback became the Honda Quint in Japan and was
introduced at Japanese dealership sales channel called Honda Verno along
with the Honda Ballade, a high luxury model based on the sedan. Also
introduced was a new highly fuel efficient I4 model, the five-speed "FE"
(Fuel Economy) which was rated at 41 mpg-US (5.7 L/100 km; 49 mpg-imp) in
the city and 55 mpg-US (4.3 L/100 km; 66 mpg-imp) on the highway.
However, even the standard 1500 cc model achieves 34 mpg-US (6.9 L/100 km;
41 mpg-imp) city, and 47 mpg-US (5.0 L/100 km; 56 mpg-imp) highway when
driven 55 mph (89 km/h), the maximum U.S. speed limit at the time
(California mileage ratings).
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Jafro's 5th gen Civic Confession [SLIDESHOW] (sorry)
Why is that significant?
It's because on road trips, this car got 44mpg. I installed a DX motor,
but I kept the CX transmission. It got better gas mileage than a stock CX.
The female I acquired didn't travel light, either. It carried me from
Commerce Georgia to Dinwiddie, VA non-stop on 9.7 gallons of 87 octane with
the back seat stuffed full of enough luggage for 3 people. I drove through
4 states on less than $20 worth of gas.
That's 7mpg better than the Chevy Volt gets when its gasoline engine is
running. That's equal to the 2012 Toyota Prius for 1/10th the price of the
car, and I used junkyard technology that's 20 years old to do it. It still
doesn't come close to the 1984 Honda CRX HF at 57mpg... but it proved that
a random gear head with enough knowledge to put together his first engine
from broken junk dragged out of the mud can build a more fuel efficient car
than modern hybrid offerings that cost as much as 15 times the price. No
matter how you spin their efficiency, the $37,000 I saved would buy my
civic 407,000 miles worth of gas at $4 a gallon.
It was also hell on the streets because it was extremely lightweight with a
manual rack and no power options other than brakes. It did have AC, but
when it was off, absolutely nothing stood up to it in the short if you knew
how to drive it. Keep it above 3800 rpms, rev 2nd to rev limit & do
everything you could to hit the beginning of the torque curve in 3rd
(nearly impossible with this transmission) IF you needed to keep going.
From a roll it was nasty. When you're shifting, you're not accelerating.
Each time someone shifted, it would pull another 2 cars on them and just
seem to keep on revving for days. All it ever really needed with sane
driving was 1st, 2nd, and 5th gear. My second gear was the highway passing
gear. It was so far out of its gear range it was hilarious, and very fuel
efficient. I'd fill it up about once a month. It averaged 380-400 miles
per tank on 9.8 gallons with mixed driving.
So this is what Jafro did with a Honda. Some of you in private messages
asked me to make this. I'm sorry this took so long.
Honda Civic History 1967-1996
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Honda Civic History 1967-1996:
1967 Honda 1300 100 cv a ar - Antecessor do Civic
1972 Civic ESV - Veículo Experimental de Segurança
1973 Civic G1
1974 Civic 4p
1975 Civic CVCC
1976 Civic - Anúncio
1978 Civic - Anúncio
1980 Civic G2
1981 Civic 1200 da King Motorsports - Corrida SCCA Sports Car Club of
1984 Civic 4p - Honda Ballade na África do Sul
1984 Civic CRX 135 cv
1984 Civic G3 DX Hatchback
1984 Civic Shuttle
1988 Civic - Honda Concerto na Grã-Bretanha
1988 Civic 3p
1988 Civic 4p
1988 Civic CRX
1988 Civic G4 DX Hatchback
1988 Civic Shuttle
1989 Civic CRX da King Motorsports - Corrida SCCA Sports Car Club of
1989 Civic Si Hatchback
1990 Civic CRX VTEC 160 cv
1990 Civic Si VTEC 160 cv
1992 Civic & Accord - Anúncio
1992 Civic Dragster
1992 Civic G5 VTi
1992 Civic Si VTEC
1993 Civic Del Sol
1994 Civic G5 Coupe EXS
1995 Civic - MG Rover 400 Cabriolet na Inglaterra
1995 Civic Coupe do filme The Fast and The Furious & Vicent mini by Revell
1995 Civic Coupe do filme The Fast and The Furious mini by ERTL
1995 Civic Coupe no filme The Fast and The Furious - Velozes e Furiosos
1995 Civic Del Sol 1.6 VTEC 170 cv
1995 Civic Del Sol no filme The Fast and The Furious
1995 Civic Del Sol
1995 Civic EX Sedã
1995 Civic Sedã, Hatchback & Cupê
1996 Civic Coupe Tuning mini by Hot Wheels
1996 Civic DX Hatch - Câmbio CVT
1996 Civic G7 LX Sedan
1996 Civic Si Cupê VTEC 160 cv - EUA
1996 Mugen Civic Hatchback
1996 Mugen Civic Sedan