I'm pretty sure this is the last time I'll write about Fall Out Boy and their tricked-out Honda Civic Hybrid. After the first two mentions and Honda's refusal to explain exactly what was going to happen with this car, I just couldn't leave it when information on the actual details were finally released.

Honda is playing up the eco-credentials of the EPA-rated 50 mpg hybrid, but the band was more interested in giving it a hip paint job and design on the outside and putting in a better sound system on the inside (you can read the exact list of modifications after the jump). The band's eco-choice is the custom embroidered "eco-friendly" hemp upholstery in the headliner and carpeting. I particularly like the umbrella on the front there.

At the end of the Honda Civic Tour, the car will be given away to one lucky fan (or, I suppose, an unlucky non-fan). The Honda Civic Tour website is accepting entries starting today.

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[Source: The 2007 Honda Civic Tour]
"Customization aspects include: custom metallic-black, gunmetal, and silver flaked paint provided by Shop Smart Supply; Paint design includes Fall Out Boy graphics and band's autographs; custom embroidered "eco-friendly" hemp upholstery including the headliner and carpeting; custom-painted dash and door panels featuring Fall Out Boy graphics; custom-fabricated Audix microphone shift knob; Factory stereo head unit with a Honda Satellite-Linked Navigation System combined with additional speakers, subwoofers and amplifiers provided by Alpine Electronics; XM Satellite Radio; 18" Konig Sideways racing-inspired rims with Dunlop sport tires; Eibach Springs lowering suspension; Honda Factory Performance (HFP) Aero Kit and Polished Exhaust Tip; a Meguiar's professional car care kit and a personalized Honda Civic Tour Fall Out Boy audio clip system from Ridetones that includes personalized messages from Pete Wentz as well as music clips from the band."

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