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Old 01-05-2011, 09:45 AM   #1
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'92 Honda Civic VX

Sadly, I must thin the herd and the VX has to go...

1992 VX, I am getting an average of 42-44 MPG with mixed city/highway driving right now.
158,300 miles
California car, NO RUST!
Brand new tires, new windshield, very clean interior, cold AC, runs and drives great, everything works. All original, still has package tray, spare and jack. No accidents, but slight dent in right side, otherwise paint and body in great shape. Wheels are in very good condition, no curbing on them.




Car is located in NW Arkansas - very near the corners of Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Also is listed on Autotrader. Asking $3500 obo.

Call 479-839-83 four four, or email me through the forum.

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Old 01-06-2011, 09:29 PM   #2
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Re: '92 Honda Civic VX

VX has been sold.
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Old 01-07-2011, 05:44 PM   #3
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Re: '92 Honda Civic VX

Did you get full asking price? Just curious? I have a 95 with 143k same color and interior.

THanks! What did you end up replacing it with?
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Old 01-07-2011, 10:25 PM   #4
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Re: '92 Honda Civic VX

Shame. Woulda loved to have had it!
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Re: '92 Honda Civic VX

Got close to my price, just had to come down a bit. Cash talks!

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Re: '92 Honda Civic VX

Sad to see it go...but just getting too scary to drive it around here. LOTS of dump trucks and large trucks on my commute- and after several near misses in the past few weeks, when they just didn't see me, or thought they could bully a small car out of their way...I am sticking with my mid-size Toyota Camry with all the airbags and enough size and torque to get out of the way if needed. I've been injured in a wreck before, and don't want to repeat that again!
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Old 03-01-2011, 09:24 PM   #7
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Re: '92 Honda Civic VX

That car was very clean.
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Old 03-01-2011, 09:45 PM   #8
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Sad to see it go...but just getting too scary to drive it around here. LOTS of dump trucks and large trucks on my commute- and after several near misses in the past few weeks, when they just didn't see me, or thought they could bully a small car out of their way...I am sticking with my mid-size Toyota Camry with all the airbags and enough size and torque to get out of the way if needed. I've been injured in a wreck before, and don't want to repeat that again!
lol i drive a chevette regularly in the summer. i must say i haven't had any near misses especially with trucks, sure i dont float in their blind spots too long but still. even bumbiling around chicago on the expressways and side streets in that thing i felt perfectly relaxed. people gave me lots of space i was surprised.

being bright red and chrome everywhere helps too. small cars should glow in the dark i swear. also it helps to have 2 airhorns instead of the piddily horn that came stock. i also drive like they cant see me and have my finger near the horn and make sure they can see me when people are around.

i have almost caused an accident when i passed another chevette going the opposite way and the truck following that guy looked back at me in his mirror and almost hit the car behind me head on haha. someone musta divided by zero to have 2 in one place
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