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Old 13 May 2010, 01:31 pm
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Default what is difference between db6,db7,db8,dc1,dc2?

Those are integras
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Old 13 May 2010, 01:46 pm
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Different models and generations.
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DB6, DB7, DB8 are Aston Martins. DC1 is nothing. DC2 is the 2nd generation Integra (1994-2001). The first generation is DA1, the 3rd is DC5.
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