anyone interested in buying a '95 honda civic 4D sedan? 5 speed manual transmission, working AC, power steering, after market CD player/stereo, upgraded speakers, a couple ON3P/NS/SkiJournal stickers. ive put about $450 or so into it: i replaced the front drivers side spindle assembly and put brand new brake rotors on it, and had new tie rods professionally installed at Rogers Wheel and Alignment and also had the alignment checked and re-aligned. its got 150k on it, and will last another 100k if its well taken care of like it has been. i bought the car from a good friend of mine who was the second owner, both the owner before and herself took very good care of it as well.
I have all the reciepts from the parts i bought (im pretty sure i have
the rotor receipts, but i dont have the spindle receipt) and the work
that has been done, including oil changes. unless my ex or one of my
buddies decided to move my paperwork. CLEAN TITLE BTW, registered in WA
at the moment.
however when i was living in bellingham earlier this summer, i was
parking behind my house on a gravel area, and scraped the muffler up
against a gravel mound on accident and pulled forward only to have it
rip the tail pipe off. still runs fine, just sounds like a beast. no
damage was done to the muffler assembly itself, its just missing its
I KBB'd it and if it wasnt for the muffler it would be considered
"Good" condition to KBB, so i marked "Fair" because its really the only
thing really wrong with the car, and it came out to $2,000. http://www.kbb.com/KBB/UsedCars/PricingReport.aspx?YearId=1995&Mileage=150000&VehicleClass=UsedCar&ManufacturerId=18&ModelId=123&PriceType=Private+Party&VehicleId=7784&SelectionHistory=7784|31140|97233|0|0|292593|true|292594|true|292601|true&Condition=Fair&QuizConditions=
considering the tail pipe fiasco, i'd like to get $1450 for it.