I've finally decided to get some decent pictures of my car up on the forums, and I'm kind of excited to hear your guys' responses. This is my 92 Civic LX. The car has a small history behind it (that I know of at least). The car spent it's first 14 years in Atlanta, rust free. For my graduation in 06, my aunt gave me the car. She knew I was getting into cars and that civics were great platforms (wonderful smart aunt, huh?). So we went down, visited, and drove it back up to OH. With 270k on it, the only issues it has are the power locks don't work, and it had trouble with the A/C, although it would work sometimes flawlessly. I'll spare you the dirty details, but what ended up happening was the crank pulley actually sheared off of the crank at the bolt (if I can find it, I'll get a pic). I had it welded back on and a new bolt threaded on, but it only lasted a few weeks. So, I needed to put a new crank in, and figured the motor was due for a rebuild anyway. The rebuild went fine, but I'm pretty sure the cheap egay headgasket I put on it was shit. I had problem after problem with the idle, running, smoking, etc... I didn't wanna fuck with it anymore. My mother at this point was helping me pay for parts, and was tired of it, so she agreed to buy me a newer car if I sold the Civic. That was the beginning of summer 07. Sold it for 1200. Needless to say, after a year of driving by my car multiple times a week and seeing it being molested at first, then NEVER driven, I decided to buy it back. The kid put neons underneath that were 100% visible from any angle (the tubes i mean). That and there was a weed growing around one of the wheels, and it hadn't been washed once. To add to the torture, someone hit the back left corner and he just left it... go figure. Well, I went to his place during the summer, asked if he'd sell it back to me, and he sold it back for 1k. I bought it with the intention of immediately throwing a B18B1 in that I had picked up when I bought an 89 si. Took me 4 weeks of waiting for parts, but I finally got it all back together, and it's running like a champ. Enough for the history, Here are the pics. evidently the kid thought primer on the front right looked good. I have since wetsanded the primer off, and found that there's actually only a small spot (that you can kinda see through the primer) that was actually effected. there's the dent on the back, fixed by me, horribly I might add. Oh well, soon the car will at least all be one color. I know, the seats aren't the same color. I helped an upholstery guy out this summer that owes me, I think I'm going to get them redone with a carbon fiber style vinyl fabric and have it double stitched with red stitching. That's the heart. Mounts are innovative, except the driver. still waiting on the correct driver from innovative. here was my project today that's after wetsanding and buffing compound. I was thoroughly amazed that the 17 year old paint could still look this good! So there are the pics. It's not the cleanest car, but it's a work in progress for me. It's also nice now because I am living in a condo next to campus with a garage and driveway. Supposedly I'm not supposed to do any vehicle maintenance on the property....... hahahaha. yeah right. It's funny though, because while we had our carpets cleaned today we had to put a sofa on the front porch to get it out of the way, and I got a violation notice, but I haven't the last month for working on my car...... dumb shits. Let me know what you guys think, and I'll update with my latest projects on the car, big or small. If you have any ideas for me along the way, feel free to speak up. thanks for looking.