A late 90's Honda Integra Tuner w/mods including bodykit, engine bay details, rear-seat delete and trunk audio equipment. The interior is done up to match!
About this creation
Doesn't look much like an Integra, huh? Not really; the head- and tail-lights are the only standout features inspired by the actual Integra (plus the L4 engine arrangement). The rest of the car was simply built piece by piece, with a tuner reference in mind. The Integra of this generation is one of my favorite cars, and Honda is my second favorite manufacturer right behind Nissan ;)
A shot of the engine bay. This is why we build these cars! That trans 1x1 brick is a signature of my cars during this generation -- it's the battery.
the rear. The spoiler was a far later addition; it wasn't well thought out but included an option to tune rear downforce.
USDM passenger side. Details include the openables plus quarter panel, side skirt and interior. You probably notice something. The addition was originally created for an old Gundam project but after its own updated design philosophy and proceeding upgrade, i had a use for it here.
interior closeup, detailing center console. Might wanna stash your shades when "the inevitable" happens ;) Also you can see the technique using those plate hinges for the A+C pillars. They float freely so always have to be positioned (leaned against stud/side-view mirror) as well as the adjustable racing-inspired seats.
***NOTE: no upside-down beam plates were harmed during the photographing of this MOC
5 = 2, the bricks just fit. The drivers seat and door details. Opening moon roof -- how quaint :P plus NOS tank for added boost.
"OCTAN* - You better read the fine print."
A BONUS CARSHOW IMAGE!
I guess "photographing" is a real word... according to spellcheck. ...BUT, "spellcheck" isn't -_- ... "rear seat delete"? (-- i forgot about it entirely until it was wwayyyyy too late)