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Old 04-20-2016, 11:51 AM
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I sold my 95 civic. It was falling apart so I sold it while it was running, though I don't think they ever completely quit as long as you don't.

Anyway, I want something else, maybe an older model. I know there's a 1st Gen civic around the corner that I'd like to have but it may be pricey. It looks great though.

Does anyone have a suggestion for a classic Honda or acura, that wouldn't be impossible to find? I think it would be awesome to resto-mod one that got incredible gas mileage.
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95 civic.
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Old 04-21-2016, 04:40 AM
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If you couldn't keep a 95 Civic from falling apart and running, then I would not suggest a "classic car" for you.

Older classic cars are in constant need for repair/tinkering/actual care/etc... and parts are never cheap and usually hard to come by.

Just buy a Mitsubishi, I hear they get great mileage....

Just my opinion...
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