• Jul 16, 2008
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So you settled for the USDM, factory-built Honda Civic MUGEN Si because: a.) you don't live in Japan and b.) even if you did, you probably wouldn't have gotten your filthy mitts on a limited-edition MUGEN RR anyway. However, if you're still looking to get yourself something related to the RR, you're in luck. MUGEN has found another way to vacuum up fanboy dollars appeal to its enthusiast customers by offering up original artwork. First up in "The Art of MUGEN Power" series is "The Art, MUGEN RR", a 300-piece limited-edition print that shows the car in cutaway form. ¥39,000 ($368) puts one on your wall. Want a numbered plate for the frame? Tack on another ¥2,100 ($19.80). It's art a la carte, courtesy of MUGEN. The company website has all the details (in Japanese, natch -- the English pages are perpetually "under the construction").

[Source: MUGEN Power]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      See, that's how we should look at them Japanese cars from the inside.

      It's a shame they don't make AWD version just for the sake of Entertainment
      s13hybrid
      • 6 Years Ago
      Right click - save as, good enough for me and it was free! (Well that is what i would do if I wanted this poster and liked the new civic).
        • 6 Years Ago
        @s13hybrid
        I love reading comments from intelligent people. That's exactly what I did just to prove the point. Take it to Walgreen's and have them blow it up for $15.
      • 6 Years Ago
      "vacuum up fanboy dollars" ... rrrrright. i'm sure if it was a corvette or viper though, it would be tagged "a wise investment". not that i think this product is worth it, but why offensive remarks when it adds no reading value.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Because GM doesn't sell $150.00 pocket knives, $150.00 wallets, and $33.00 towels. I love my Honda and Mugen has some good stuff, but some of that junk is ridiculous.