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Well, as the title says, it’s gone.

I’ve had my dream car for 20 years now and always said I’d NEVER sell it.

I made a deal with my nephew who struggled in High School that if he brings his grades up and graduates on time… I’ll give him my 2001 LS Integra. So I was able to keep my word to not sell it AND keep a promise to a young man who had his eye on my car since he was a toddler. I couldn’t be prouder of him!

Side Note his mother (my sister) was the first owner of this car for about 9months before I took over.
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That is nice of you. Im giving my RSX to my daughter when she turns 16 as her first car. Hopefully she takes good care of it. Just make sure your nephew knows that its a hot car with thieves.
That’s awesome! He’s fully aware it’s a targeted car, but oddly enough. My Integra has never knock on wood been broken into or stolen.

although I have had parts stolen from my old apartment (GSR head, and Turbo kit)
 

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That's a nice gesture of you and speaks volumes of your character, however I do not agree with giving someone something for simply doing what they are expected to do. If he made all A's or something like, sure. But giving him something for not being a failure? Can't agree with that.
 

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But giving him something for not being a failure? Can't agree with that.
I appreciate you having the right to your opinion… but I didn’t ask for your approval. Maybe it’s not a gift for “not being a failure” and more of motivation to steer someone in the right direction.
 
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