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Chiefs; super clean 89 acura legend worth my time at 225000mi at 1200$

Discussion in 'Integra' started by SirQuiet, Dec 18, 2015.

  1. SirQuiet

    SirQuiet New Member

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    Well basically the opinions on this model are what I'm digging for and a course the pros and cons as always; should i be getting that instead of ex 93 accord; both are manual...... whats the intake here????? both are hitting the same price range and I haven't seen them yet but the both look super clean and well taken care of.......
     
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    It really depends on what you are looking for in a car. 25 year old cars that cost $1200 are a crap shoot in terms of maintenance and upkeep.
     
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    a manual legend is pretty rare... that might be cool to own from that standpoint.
    but i'd probably still opt for the accord if there were my 2 options. far more parts available for the accord.
     
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    Right But the engine has that lifter tick.......... but idk you think with some cleaners and care until like 5 months from now i can throw a new engine in there
     
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    Neither of those cars are even close to my favorite honda/acura. What are you looking to do with it and what is your budget? If you are going to put another $500 into an engine, you might as well save to $2000 or $2500. You can get a lot better car that you will have more fun with at that point. Just my $.02.
     
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