|1989 Honda CRX|
The Honda CRX was produced from 1983 to 1991, it was a popular small, lightweight compact car. Japan had some unique engine, and option packages, but nothing that would be considered historically or technologically significant. Also with more than 500 produced, this JDM Honda CRX fails to meet Show or Display requirements.
"In September 1989 Honda also added the 1595 cc B16A VTEC engine to the lineup outside of America. The VTEC engine used Variable Valve Timing to provide increased power in the high rev range, while still allowing low fuel consumption and better idling at low RPMs. The B16A produced 150 bhp (112 kW; 152 PS) in the European 1.6i-VT model (where the engine bore the designation B16A1) and 157 bhp (117 kW; 159 PS) in the JDM SiR model. The CRX was the second car to receive a VTEC engine, shortly after the Integra, although the CRX was more popular and common."
"One of the options for the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) CR-X was a glass roof, a fixed glass panel which stretched from the top of the windshield to the top of the hatch opening. Relatively common in Japan, these are sought-after models in other markets."Source: Wikipedia