It is a story of Albert Donkor which initially just want a decent Civic EK for daily driving. Cyber Evo body kit inspires his Civic, and the car received several modifications including a manual transmission system conversion and K24 engine swapped.
Albert Donkor aka @cyber_ek has a story similar to a lot of Honda enthusiasts. You buy a Honda Civic for a daily driver. Start off with a little air intake here, maybe an exhaust there. Then it snowballs into a bunch more modification which results in the need for a DAILY DRIVER. Of course dissimilar to most of us, Albert’s Civic build stood out so much that it landed his creation in the Honda Issue of Super Street. Easily the best issue every year. His car is a survivor, surviving an early automatic to manual conversion that didn’t quite happen as well as he had hoped for and a job at the mall.
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