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The best combination of fun and fuel economy the 1980s had to offer.

I'm a big fan of the first-generation Honda CRX, as well as all members of the third-generation Civic family, having owned quite a few of the gas-sipping two seaters. These cars rusted to nothingness generations ago in the Northeast and Midwest, but you'll still find them in the warm, dry parts of the country. Here's a white 1987 CRX, spotted in a Phoenix self-service wrecking yard.

The Honda CR-Z hybrid isn't the CRX gloriously returned from the dead, but it also isn't all that bad. Maybe what the car needs to attract some attention is a big, flashy 3D display in Times Square that takes up five blocks and where, as the press release says, "Maxim Magazine models will distribute copies of their special 3-D October issue and Honda will sponsor a special performance from chart-topping hip-hop trio, N.E.R.D." In fact, Honda's CR-Z advertising in NYC will be the "first-ever ta

2011 Honda CR-Z – Click above for high-res image gallery

2011 Honda CR-Z – Click above for high-res image gallery

2011 Honda CR-Z video stills – Click above for image gallery

2011 Honda CR-Z video stills – Click above for image gallery

Click above for high-res gallery of the 2007 Hyundai Veloster concept

Click the image above for live and press shots of the Honda CR-Z concept.

Looking kind of like a cross between a Ferrari 550 Maranello and a Daihatsu Copen, this unique 1991 Honda CRX Si is the creation of Tabor Lovasz, the owner of Gulf Coast Motors in Toronto. The project involved a full upgrade to the original car's mechanical package including H&R springs with Koni adjustable shocks and a Ractive Superflow intake, but the focus of the car's development was its unique body.

click above image for 15 high-rez pics of the Honda CR-Z Concept

The Scooper of Cars seems to have it on good authority that during Honda's press conference in Tokyo, the Big-H plans to take the wraps off a new compact, rumored to be a successor to the CRX.

Our brethren over at Winding Road have it on good authority that Honda is in the midst of developing a new CRX, based off the current Fit's platform. The decision to bring back the much-loved hatch was spurred on by vehicles like the MINI, whose size and sportiness has been attracting consumers of all stripes.