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    Dream the Impossible documentary series from Honda. I thought it was neat as I'm sipping at my Coke thinking about Acura's new "offerings"

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    '65 Honda S600
    '02 Honda Mugen S2000
    '10 BMW E90 M3
    '15 Mini Cooper

  • #2
    Originally posted by Doctor Mugen View Post
    Dream the Impossible documentary series from Honda. I thought it was neat as I'm sipping at my Coke thinking about Acura's new "offerings"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiaPNlR5A4I
    Excellent video!!!

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    • #3
      I have seen that before. I like it.
      Happiness is a nice road, great weather, and driving the S with Sue in the seat next to me.

      "Whatever you do, where ever you go, enjoy the drive."

      I know for a FACT that the last year of production of the S2000 is 2003!!!!!
      After that, it will be the S2200 under an assumed name.

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      • #4
        Wow , really good video ! Good Find!

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        • #5
          Hmmm....

          Pulling out of F1 right before the team intro'd a class-leading car.
          No S2000 replacement
          No NSX replacement
          No diesel Ridgeline

          That video looks old, it doesn't seem to portray the Honda of today.
          Chris



          '13 Civic Si sedan
          '08 Ridgeline RTL
          '02 Z06

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Chris S View Post
            Hmmm....

            Pulling out of F1 right before the team intro'd a class-leading car.
            No S2000 replacement
            No NSX replacement
            No diesel Ridgeline

            That video looks old, it doesn't seem to portray the Honda of today.
            It's like 1968 all over again

            In 1968, Jo Schlesser was killed in a Honda RA302 at the French Grand Prix. This racing tragedy, coupled with their commercial difficulties selling automobiles in the United States, prompted Honda to withdraw from all international motorsport that year.


            '65 Honda S600
            '02 Honda Mugen S2000
            '10 BMW E90 M3
            '15 Mini Cooper

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            • #7
              I had the guys that supervise our shop watch these for inspiration.

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              • #8
                This is an awesome motivational video for all you Managers out there I can't wait to show this

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