Alright, I got a bunch of stuff left over after I finished my engine swap for my CRX so here it all is: First off: Brand New Brembo Rotors #25507: 1993 HONDA CIVIC COUPE DX w/ Automatic Transmission 1993 HONDA CIVIC COUPE DX w/ Manual Transmission 1994 - 1995 HONDA CIVIC COUPE DX w/ Automatic Transmission 1994 - 1995 HONDA CIVIC COUPE DX w/ Manual Transmission 1996 - 1998 HONDA CIVIC COUPE DX / HX Models 1999 - 2000 HONDA CIVIC COUPE DX / HX Models 2001 HONDA CIVIC COUPE DX / HX Models 1990 - 1991 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK 1992 - 1993 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK Excludes SI Model 1992 - 1993 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK SI 1994 - 1995 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK Excludes SI Model 1994 - 1995 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK SI w/ out ABS 1996 - 2000 HONDA CIVIC HATCHBACK 1990 - 1991 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN DX / LX Models 1992 - 1993 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN DX / LX Models w/ Automatic Transmission 1992 - 1993 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN DX / LX Models w/ Manual Transmission 1994 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN DX / LX Models w/ Automatic Transmission; w/ out ABS 1994 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN DX / LX Models w/ Manual Transmission; w/ out ABS 1995 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN DX w/ Automatic Transmission 1995 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN DX w/ Manual Transmission 1996 - 2000 HONDA CIVIC SEDAN Excludes EX 1990 - 1991 HONDA CIVIC WAGON / WAGOVAN 2WD 1990 - 1991 HONDA CRX DX 1993 HONDA DEL SOL w/ Rear Drum 1993 HONDA DEL SOL w/ Rear Disc 1994 - 1997 HONDA DEL SOL w/ Rear Drum 1994 - 1997 HONDA DEL SOL w/ Rear Disc; Excludes VTEC Pictures of Brembo Rotors #25507: http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0351.jpg http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0352.jpg Also, I have another set of Brembo Rotors, however I cannot find the model # for them, the only designation on the box is 45251-SB2-780/1/2. I googled that number and it came back with the following results of what it probably fits. There may be other models it fits but I didn't do any intense searching as of yet. Honda CIVIC 1.5 (ED) 88-91 Honda CIVIC 1.6 16V DOHC (ED) 88-91 Honda CIVIC CR-X 1.6 16V DOHC (AS, ED) 86-91 Honda CIVIC SHUTTLE 1.4 (EE) 87-91 Honda CIVIC SHUTTLE 1.6 (EE) 4WD 88-90 Honda INTEGRA 1.5 (DA), 1.6 (ED) 86-89 Honda INTEGRA 1.6 (DA) ( -> VIN 1200000) 89-93 Pictures of 2nd set of Brembo Rotors: http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0349.jpg http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0350.jpg Next up is an older D-Series Blue Powder coated Valve Cover that I use to have on my car before the swap. It was from a D15B2 so I'm not exactly sure what other D-Series motors it may fit. The finish is still really good, albeit as with all used motor parts, there are a few scratches, but VERY minimal Picture of Valve Cover: http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0353.jpg After that I have some OEM Honda Calipers that I was going to replace my old ones with on my 1991 CRX HF. However, due to other issues, I was not able to fit them on like I wanted and they are now just taking up space. The boot around the pistons are in A+ shape and they come with all the necessary hardware and a brand new set of brake pads as well. Pictures of Calipers: http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0354.jpg http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0355.jpg (sorry for the quality of the picture, but I think you can still see the boot around the piston clearly enough) Last but certainly not least I have an EF8 Buddy Club Spec II exhaust that I had bought for my CRX, but alas, it was not meant to be in the final stages of rebuilding the car, so it too has sat around for many a month. I cleaned it up today and tried to show its quality as best as I could. It has a total of about maybe 20 miles on it...evident from the following pictures. The silencer is also there, clean as the rest of it, which shows how minimally it was used. The ONLY downside to all of this is that I only have 2 of the springs in my possession that are used to hold the 3 separate pieces together. In my opinion, and I'm not trying to make excuses for not having them, the fit for the three pieces when put together is amazingly good due to the friction that they impose on each other. You basically just slide the one pipe into the other, and the diameter of the one pipe is just a very tiny fraction smaller then the other, so when it's together, it's staying that way. Also, the springs were a bastard to get on anyways, I needed three people just to get them looped around and into the holes but if you really care that much about them I can look around or maybe see if they're available somewhere. Pictures of Buddy Club Spec II Exhaust: http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0357.jpg http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0358.jpg http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0359.jpg http://picsorban.com/upload/dscf0360.jpg (The box it came in, just for good measure) Prices: Each set of Brembo Rotors: $50 plus shipping (probably about 7 dollars to ship one set) Valve Cover: $30 plus shipping (also probably around 7 dollars for shipping) Calipers with brake pads and hardware: $50 plus shipping (Same as the other two most likely) Buddy Club Exhaust System: $200 plus shipping (Shipping for this will obviously be more, most likely around 15 or 20, I'm not too sure as of yet but if I find out I will edit this. I might have some other things left over from the rebuild of my car so if there's something else you may need, I might just have it so let me know. The only references I can give are the ones from my Ebay account which can be found here: eBay Member Profile for dlefever17cak If you have any questions about anything I can be reached on AIM at ArmyCommando2001 at just about any hour of the day ( I live on the East Coast so keep that in mind). I will try my best to answer what I can and if you actually read all this thanks for looking!