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Had a lot of free time on Sundays, so decided to do something creative and ended up deciding to paint the engine cover of my '07 Honda Civic 1.8V. Took me around an hour and is a totally DIY job with no expertise. Step 1: Remove the engine cover from your car (mostly a couple of screws hold it there). Step 2: Mask off or remove any decal and logos that are there on the engine cover. Step 3: Use a glossy or matt rattle can spray paint (I preferred a gloss red). Step 4: Spread a sheet of old newspaper and put the cover on it (you don't want to spoil your floor). Step 5: Heat the rattle can with a hair drier so that the flow is even and no clotting takes place. Step 6: Evenly spray a coat of spray paint and it let it dry in fan for about half an hour. Step 7: Spray a second coat of paint and let it fully dry. Step 8: After the paint has dried, carefully unmask or put back any decals or logos that you had removed earlier. Step 9: Put the engine cover back in the car, and you're done. I was liking the red engine cover so ended up painting the compressor head and the hose also in red colour.
Toyota is now in process of readying its next-generation Corolla. These are the spy shots from Autoblog. The pictures show that the new Corolla would mimic styling cues from the new Camry and also from the more upmarket Avalon Saloon. (Sold only in North America). We recently saw the new Camry for India and it looks like a Mini-Lexus, and now one can easily expect the next Corolla to follow suit. Story source: http://www.autoblog..../#photo-5233518
Ok guys, so Honda finally decides to kill the once beloved Civic Saloon. Personally speaking, I am still a fan of its looks and interiors. It still looks as fresh to me as it was when it was launched. Also, tempting deals on 2007-08 Civics make me feel happy that pure Civic fans can buy a pre-owned one for as low as 4.5 lakh in some cities thanks to the ever increasing petrol price. and it makes me sad to see such a good car going for super cheap prices. As always, ACI has got this scoop, here are more details http://www.autocarin...g-on-civic.aspx