General The Accord has landed ..

Discussion in '7th Generation (2003-2008) [Acura TSX]' started by ACC-CDI-2T, Friday 26th Jul, 2019.

  1. ACC-CDI-2T Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    Yesterday, 50 years, 4 days and 14 hours after the first moon landing, the car
    touched the surface .. :eek: .. The mileometer of my 2004 Accord 7th Generation 2.2 I-CTDI
    jumped to the mileage of 384.400 km / 238.855 miles, the average distance
    to the moon ... :Smile:

    Thank you to HONDA for 15 years of trouble free daily driving! It´s the most
    reliable spacecraft I ever had. :Niceone:

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  2. Matt at H-Tune Service Team H-Tune Staff

    I wish I could show you the CCTV of my reaction to this... absolutely inspired.:Rolf:
     
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  3. Guy at H-Tune Warehouse Manager H-Tune Staff

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    :Grin:
     
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  4. Matt at H-Tune Service Team H-Tune Staff

    Thought you'd like it. :Rolf:
     
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    Wonderful, a great testimony for Honda, shame we maybe have seen the last of them, my 54 tourer had 120,000 miles, but I was forced to go Auto, now on a 11 I-DTEC approaching 95,000. No other word for Honda but "EXCELLENT"
     
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  6. mw88 Club Member ★ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆

    277k on my 2.4 Petrol Accord Type-S before it gave up :gohonda:
     
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  7. ACC-CDI-2T Valued Contributor ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆

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    The last days I checked the landing points of all Apollo-Missions :
    It´s all paper mache FAKE!
    Only Apollo 18 has landed with crew! A few minutes ago, I´ve found
    the CCTV of Apollo 18 and the real reason, why the NASA stopped
    this program, and I better had no beans for breakfast today ..:overtired:

     
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