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Old 07-17-2009, 09:12 AM   #1
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92 Civic VX in SF-Bay Area Cali.. $3400 obo

If you're reading this, I'm sure you're pretty well versed with the Civic VX specs.

I have a 92 Civic VX never raced nor modified. It's a Fed version living in California. It has clean title with 201,xxx miles. Aftermarket items include 2-way alarm system and a CD with MP3 format friendly deck.

Asking price is $3,400 obo
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That is some nice ****.. Eh, normally I wouldn't say this but I think that car IS actually worth what the OP is asking for!
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Holy crap that's clean! But how is a Fed version registered in CA? Sunnyvale's where I was looking to move back to when I wanted to return to CA
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Holy crap that's clean! But how is a Fed version registered in CA? Sunnyvale's where I was looking to move back to when I wanted to return to CA
The rule goes, you can't buy a new car from a dealer's lot unless it conforms to California's emission's standards, however you CAN buy a USED car that doesn't conform to california's standards. I know, because I have an LS400 which was from Texas and discovered later on that the California has Air Injection while mine does not; not to mention the sticker on the hood of the car says nothing about california.
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Why doesn't the motor have the VTEC-E stamp on the valve cover? Is it really a D15Z1?

Otherwise, it looks just like mine! ('95 with 217K).
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Why doesn't the motor have the VTEC-E stamp on the valve cover? Is it really a D15Z1?

Otherwise, it looks just like mine! ('95 with 217K).
My vx also does't have the VTEC-E on the valve cover.
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My vx also does't have the VTEC-E on the valve cover.
might have to do with the year. Just like, why do the california VXs have 5 wire o2 sensors?
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'92-'93 valve covers didn't have VTEC-E, only the '94-'95.

You can import any 49 state car into california as long as it's used with over 7500 miles. This is how I was able to register my fed VX from colorado in california with no issues (just has to pass ca smog).
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'92-'93 valve covers didn't have VTEC-E, only the '94-'95.

You can import any 49 state car into california as long as it's used with over 7500 miles. This is how I was able to register my fed VX from colorado in california with no issues (just has to pass ca smog).
I don't know why, but I thought it was a '94. Maybe I saw the condition of it and confused it with R.I.D.E.'s old one.
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Sorry... I totally forgot about updating this thread.

The VX was sold near my asking price in a couple of days after posting @ craigslist dot com.

Man, do I miss that car.
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