Honda first set up shop in Australia on Feb. 4, 1969.     

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Just ahead of its golden anniversary, it's unveiled a series of one-off gold machines.

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It's not limited to cars, either.

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These gold paint jobs (or are they wraps?) cover every segment in which Honda hawks its wares.

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I won't lie -- gold is not a bad choice for the Civic Type R.

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Included in this golden mix are a Civic Type R and NSX, the latter of which wears Honda badges in Australia.

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Each golden ticket bears a 50th-anniversary logo somewhere on the body, too.

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Honda also extended the shade to its two-wheeled offerings, including a CBR1000RR Fireblade and CRF50F dirt bike.    

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No idea what that thing in the back is.

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Okay, pretty much everything in this collection looks good in gold.

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Would you rock a Civic Type R or a Fireblade in gold? Are you that ostentatious?

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