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Talking point - forgotten gems

There are plenty of great performance cars out there, and many have been forgotten. Which deserve another look?

In the new issue of evo, we drive the original, Japan-only ‘EK9’ Honda Civic Type R and discover it has been criminally overlooked.

What models do you think deserve to be revisited and reappraised, and why?

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