For those of us who grew up in the late 90’s and a Honda fan, two tuners come to mind when you think of Honda tuning; Mugen and the other being Spoon Sports. For the lucky few, owning an Integra Type R was a possibility. For those of us in Australia however, the closest you would get is an Integra with a B18C. This was one of the first cars I drove in my younger days and so it is a model I have great memories of.
Imagine my delight when I saw this track-focused DC2 Integra complete with the iconic Spoon Sports livery. This particular one is fitted with every part available from the Spoon catalog and is essentially a track car driven on the road.
“two tuners come to mind when you think of Honda tuning; Mugen and the other being Spoon Sports”
The simplicity of tuning back in the day – no fancy carbon-ceramic or over-the-top aero parts here. A lightweight and balanced chassis, sticky rubber and Spoon stopping power is all you really need to get the job done.
The battle scars and imperfections all over just add to the charm of this iconic JDM model and tell you just how serious this Integra is as a track car. I definitely need one of these in the garage again one day…