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Old 02-27-2012, 01:47 PM
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I had to hold off on my build, But I'm glad I did. I've wanted one of these since before I even started driving. Can't wait to finally finish my first build in a car that extremely proud to own. \m/


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Honda wagons are awesome when done right. What engine?
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its in good shape but why the hell u wanna have a car thats is about 20 years old .Im mechanic and old car will need attention more often than a newer one.Hondas are very reliable but if ur not mechanically knowledgable u might end up spending good anount of doe .Change the t-belt this are are interference
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is a 16 valve 2.2L 4 cyl. I'm not too engine savvy so i'm not sure. It's not a vtech though. My dad had one and it said vtech on the engine.
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its in good shape but why the hell u wanna have a car thats is about 20 years old .Im mechanic and old car will need attention more often than a newer one.Hondas are very reliable but if ur not mechanically knowledgable u might end up spending good anount of doe .Change the t-belt this are are interference
I had a 90 corolla now I have a 92 accord wagon. I'm moving up in the world haha. I'm sorry but this things are tanks. My dad had one and ran it past 200k. I can't afford a brand spankin new car nor would I ever want one. This has 127k and will be good for yearsss. My dad is a mechanic and the tbelt waterpump etc has been done and doesn't need to for another 70k
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I had a 90 corolla now I have a 92 accord wagon. I'm moving up in the world haha. I'm sorry but this things are tanks. My dad had one and ran it past 200k. I can't afford a brand spankin new car nor would I ever want one. This has 127k and will be good for yearsss. My dad is a mechanic and the tbelt waterpump etc has been done and doesn't need to for another 70k
goood i had 97 accord with 220 when i sold it and run like a champ especially after i changed the head gasket
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Looks clean as fawk. 127k? That thing is barely broken in. I have a 96 Acura RL with 210 on the clock. Runs like a champ. Honda FTW. Do you have any plans for it?
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man i wanna wagon badly lol if ya ever need help hit me up been in the honda game for many years.

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I had the same motor in my first car, a 96' accord 4 door. She had 170k when I sold her and she ran great still.
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its in good shape but why the hell u wanna have a car thats is about 20 years old .Im mechanic and old car will need attention more often than a newer one.Hondas are very reliable but if ur not mechanically knowledgable u might end up spending good anount of doe .Change the t-belt this are are interference
man these are the easiest cars to fix especially of the year so what you talking about, you dont need to be mechanically inclined to fix one of these.
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