How much is the car (in good nick) worth now?

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Asked by Jan 22, 2008 at 08:10 PM about the 1979 Honda Civic

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have a Honda Civic 1979, in very good nick. The plastic is still on the doors, the dash isn't cracked, and it has very low mileage for its age. I might need to seel it soon to make ends meet and I wondered how much the car would approximately be worth. Cheers.

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$600.00 to $900.00

my older brother had a 79 honda civic and my 15yr old just inherited it, its motor is shot and so is the tranny the interior is bad need of repair, if you or anyone you know is selling a civic farely cheep let me know, my name is AJ my number is 360 352 3056 in Olympia Washington. I am attaching a photo of a completed and restored 78 honda civic, this restore is a nice one. this civic has a 2001si motor and 98 tranny, new paint and some custom work. The people paid 50$ for a farely good running honda civic, then invested 4,000 in repair and restore. after 3 yrs of driving it they sold it for 8,000.

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