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1993 swift gt
by mobay from Atlanta,georgia | July 26, 2006
I owned a 1993 swift gt which had 100 bhp,which by the way seems useless in modern times,well that is the general opinion of this car,when you actually own one of these for five and a half years then this is a different story.My stock swift gt would be head to head with a si honda civic which has 160 bhp this is tested an proven every saturday night.