A friend of mine is selling his 1994 Acura Integra LS 5 speed w/235k miles on it for 1700 USD. He just replaced the water pump, timing belt, drive belts, clutch/slave master cylinder, and brake master cylinder. I took it out for a drive and the car was surprisingly peppy with over 230k miles on the clock. However, I would be concerned to know the shelf-life this car has before the engine finally gives up the ghost. Anyone here know anything about the reliablility of honda motors? I have read several reviews on the Integra and the consumer report rated it as a "buy." On the other hand, the fact that the car has 230k miles on it makes me believe that I might squeeze out another 30k or so before its new engine time. I know that the blue book value for this car is in the 2100-3000 range even with its mileage.