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Acuity Commemorative Lapel Pin - Kevin Boehm's K20C1 Swapped FC3 Civic Si

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Enjoy Acuity's lapel pin tribute to the 2018-2019 collaboration between Kevin Boehm and ACUiTY. Kevin has had a long, colorful history in the automotive industry and motorsports, with experience ranging from sprint racing, 25hr endurance races, and time attack. This car was the one of the first to ever complete an engine swap with the K20C1 and was the first to put that motor into an FC3. Kevin campaigned this car in Gridlife time attack and led the car to SCCA national wins in both 2018 and 2019. The car was also featured in Vol. 24 / No. 1 of Super Street magazine in 2019. The whole ACUiTY team has been fortunate to call Kevin a friend, and we're excited to release this pin to commemorate the relationship and Kevin's iconic K20C1-swapped FC3.

The livery on this car was designed especially for Kevin Boehm's car by the ACUiTY team. It is a twist on ACUiTY's drip graphic (that usually contains the logo in a rectangular "dripping" box) with some "grit" to it. 

These lapel pins are quite durable as they are made from an electroplated, die-struck iron that is filled with colored enamel. They feature 2 pins on the back so you can easily attach it to your favorite backpack, jacket, pin display frame, etc. The pins measure approximately 1.5" wide and come on a customized backer, wrapped in clear film to protect it from the elements if you wish to keep it in like-new condition. Supplies of this pin are quite limited, and we are limiting this design to this batch only, so once they're gone, they're gone.  

  • Limited Edition run
  • Design based on Kevin Boehms's iconic K20C1-swapped FC3 with ACUiTY livery
  • Made from electro-plated, die-struck iron base
  • Enamel-filled for a vibrant appearance
  • Measures approximately 1.5" wide
  • Has 2 pins on the back to secure to fabric, cloth, etc

Here are a few pictures of Kevin and his car from Gridlife events held in 2018 and 2019 and a clip from the Super Street article of the car that was featured in late 2019.