This is DD, my late wifes Civic Aerodeck that I now own. She spent years and a lot of money modding her, as the car was her baby! The car only had 32.000 miles on the clock when we got her, one family owned from new. Being the ES, it came with full black leather interior, headlamp washers, tinted glass etc.
She didn't stay standard for long though! The most notable mod was the interior. Even though she came with the standard Honda leather interior, my wife had always wanted to get a full custom leather retrim done on a car. So DD was sent away to Transcal UK for a full custom leather retrim in nappa black and ink blue, with electric blue stitching. She also opted to have the Honda emblem embroidered in to the front seats in electric blue. The retrim also included all the door cards and the centre console.
She also wanted to get the steering wheel done to match, but forgot to add it to the list at the time. After she passed away, I decided to buy an Integra DC2 steering wheel for the DD and sent that to Transcal to be retrimmed in the same leather as the interior, in two tone blue and black with electric blue stitching.
My wife also got the optional front fogs fitted by Honda, and bought the now rare oem sunroof wind deflector and headlamp covers. Next up, she sent the car to RJM performance to have a full cat back Powerflow stainless steel exhaust made to her custom spec. Next, a rare aerodeck boot spoiler was fitted along with a VTiS front spoiler. A cat 1 alarm and immobilizer was also fitted to keep her safe! She also bought a set of 16 inch Cades dished alloys which she had always wanted for the car. Sadly, she passed away before seeing these fitted to the car. :-(
The car has been with us for over 11 years now, and I have carried on modding it and am slowly turning it into a proper show car. I have since fitted MeisterR Zeta S fully adjustable suspension, wind deflectors front and rear, the Cades alloys now fitted, detailing done inside, detailing done in engine bay and new Pioneer USB/MP3/DAB head unit fitted. I also machined all the brake calipers smooth and resprayed them in blue. The rocker cover was also machined smooth to remove any casting lines/marks, and resprayed the same colour as the car with the "Honda" lettering metal polished.
Future plans are a full respray in metal flake blue, more engine bay detailing including a stainless manifold, and full detailing underneath the car with all suspension arms etc being powder coated blue.