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FS: 1989 Civic Si

Discussion in 'Vehicles: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by kris, Nov 5, 2003.

  1. kris

    kris Senior Member

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    1989 Honda Civic Si
    -1695XX miles on the car
    -4550 miles I have put on the motor
    -JDM B20 motor (OBD0)
    -DC sports 4-2-1 ceramic header
    -Integra Radiator
    -Integra LS cable transmission
    -Short Shifter
    -Injen Intake (stock intake tube and airbox included)
    -B18A ECU
    -New distributor
    -NGK wires
    -NGK plugs
    -New OEM clutch setup.
    -New axles
    -New brakes
    -Place Racing front crossmember/ with tranny mount
    -KYB GR2 shocks
    -H&R Stage 3 lowering springs
    -Ingalls front camber kit
    -Full energy suspension urethane bushing kit
    -New 2" muffler shop exhaust
    -New battery
    -Pioneer CD player
    -Alpine door and rear hatch speakers
    -99/00 Civic Si rims, with brand new tires
    -All electronics work, sunroof, etc.
    -Interior is complete.
    -Integra front lip
    -True amber corners
    -Tinted windows
    -Clean title

    Car runs strong, with no known problems. There is a small amount of rust on the rear fender well. When I bought the car, the yard damaged the drivers side rocker panel, and door. This can be seen in pictures. Also, the bumper was backed into, which can be seen in the pictures as well. It didnt do any damage other than cosmetic. Pictures can be seen HERE. Asking $3600 OBO. Email with any question or offers. kris@automotiveforums.com
     
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    MaliWho97 Senior Member

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    Where are you located?
     
  3. kris

    kris Senior Member

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    Utah. I would trust this car to drive anywhere.
     
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