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Old 12-15-2012, 08:24 PM   #1
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FS: 1993 Civic CX Stock and Clean Title 179k miles, Rock Solid! NC

Hello fellow gassavers,

Up for sale is my 1993 Civic CX with 179k miles on it. Purchased and replaced the engine with another stock D15B8 with 140k on and have been driving it since. No problems or issues, it works like it should. AC and heat work great, converted to R134. Audio deck CD player works with aux port. Next to new matching Kumho tires. Never has over heated, no cooling system issues. No check engine lights or mechanical issues, starts, runs, and drives very solid. I have taken it on several road trips and would again without hesitation.

Car was optioned without passenger side mirror, somewhat rare to see. Other than the repair parts I have put in a set of OEM Honda floor mats, front and rear.

I am sure you guys know all the details of the CX and VX Civics of this vintage, gets 40mpg with ease and costs less than $25 to fill up.
  • Repairs done less thank 9k miles ago:
  • Replacement D15B8 engine (140k)
  • New water pump
  • Gates Timing belt kit
  • New oil pan and valve cover gaskets
  • New CV axles
  • New Ball joints
  • Oil changes regularly

The car is not the prettiest and has its share of sun damage and dings. But it is the original paint, not bondo of filled over. No signs of rust near rear wheel well where it meets the bumper where there often is on these cars.

Price is $3185. I think this is fair given the great mechanical and stock condition of the vehicle. Also I am only the third owner, so it has not been passed around.
I will try to check this forum often for messages and PMs. Please feel free to email me through the forum as I check that email regularly.

Thank you!













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Old 12-16-2012, 11:45 AM   #2
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You should take some rubbing compound to the car and give it a wax and I bet it'll shine. Help with the sale. I love my cx less to go wrong than vx and only a 65$ 02.
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Old 12-16-2012, 07:20 PM   #3
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You should take some rubbing compound to the car and give it a wax and I bet it'll shine. Help with the sale. I love my cx less to go wrong than vx and only a 65$ 02.
Yeah I have to agree with you. You can find a whole engines for not much at all when people swap the stock engine out for something more powerful.

I am not sure the paint can be brought back, I might give it a shot tho.
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You should take some rubbing compound to the car and give it a wax and I bet it'll shine. Help with the sale. I love my cx less to go wrong than vx and only a 65$ 02.
I guess I should have tried sooner. I tried some Megs M105 manually on the door and it worked! I have never really dealt with paint this bad and thought there was no bringing it back.

Thanks guys, now off to do the rest of the car. I suppose I will post the results!

I am probably going to keep it as well.

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