1986 Honda Civic

Asked by Jun 28, 2011 at 03:15 PM about the 1986 Honda Civic Base

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I just looked at at 86 honda civic thats been sittin for years its been non op. only
wants 200 for it. He said it ran when he parked it. Lost the key. I just got the lock out
of the gas lid and was going to the locksmith when I turned around. Felt like I was
making a mistake this thing looks bad under the hood. anyway at 200 maybe i
should...anybody care to comment? Please lol

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You can figure just about every seal and gasket on the thing is dry rotted. If the body, interior and parts it worth $200 to you, go for it. I certainly wouldn't plan on using it for a driver.

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