It's almost a cliché now to single out the female in a male-dominated interest and comment on how we all wish our girlfriends and wives were more like her, but in some cases it applies. In this case, Flickr member Your Pal Marnie shows us her well-kept 1999 Honda Civic EX Coupe that she's just used to complete her first season of SCCA Solo competition. Sigh, a girl after our own hearts. She obviously holds autocrossing close to her heart and has outfitted the Civic with Koni shocks, Ground Control coilovers and a big rear swaybar to help navigate those cone-studded parking lots faster. Never known as a hot rod, the Civic coupe also gets an AEM air intake and APEXi catback to free up a few more horsepower. It also has two sets of shoes, 16-inch Honda Factory Performance wheels for the street and 14-inch Honda alloys for racing. Keep it up, Marnie.

Follow the jump for many more pics, including shots of Marnie and her Civic in action autocrossing.

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