Just to start off, this car is flawless. Jeremi has owned this Civic for 13 years, and it has gone through many stages. This EG is the epitome of a dream, and has seemingly reached its pinacle.
Jeremi has been by this car's side longer than I've lived in any house. 13 years is a long time. A really long time. This is the kind of car that puts this post apart from magazine articles. This feature isn't about all of the parts on the car, but the car itself.
I normally don't like to focus on parts and brands because this page is about dreams, and not money. It's hard not to combine the two with this post. Normally, an immense amount of time and money someone puts into their car doesn't translate into a dream, but just an obsession. When that obsession lasts 13 years, however, I definitely consider it a dream.
Civics have been ill represented on the car scene. There are beautiful, well-taken care of Civics every now and then, but for the most part we know the first idea Civic's create. The problem is the fact that Civics are built for efficiency and convenience, not speed and show. This just goes to show how Jeremi used the best quality of Honda's to his benefit.
It's hard to put this car into words. I don't even think the Parts List will quite explain how amazing this Civic is. If there's one thing I learned about Jeremi's relationship with his EG, it's that it will last forever. I wouldn't be surprised if I ran into Jeremi in 10 years and this car was still in perfect condition, and if that doesn't explain a dream car, I'm not sure what does.
The interior and engine are done right. To really get an idea of how much Jeremi loves his car, just take a look at the Parts List. The 25th anniversary JDM EG6 SiRII interior gives this Civic that perfect dream feel, and provides satisfaction to those that know Civics.
Jeremi also gives this fine piece of machinery the attention it deserves. With a custom painted hood and attention to detail on the interior (and all over), there's no surprise that this EG turns heads no matter where it show up.
I'd like to thank Jeremi for his time and patience. His Civic was by no means a hard car to photograph; any angle looked good (even if I was in the reflection). That just made me want to take pictures more. Thankfully it turned out well.