I am looking at getting a 94 Acura integration it has a b18b1 the Guy is asking 2000 I don't know if that's a good price and I'm not the biggest Honda Acura fan can someone help me out?

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Asked by Jul 26, 2014 at 10:21 AM about the 1994 Acura Integra LS Hatchback

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It's a b18b1 rebuilt not sure miles of rebuild between 30-40000 runs very smooth, Mobil 1 full synthetic oil new plugs and wires. Body has rust on the quarters and side skirts and some dents. That's the reason for selling so cheap, have a billet short throw if it's not sold will be going in tonight and piano black tailights on there way, kid who had it before me pulled the headliner and the plastic interior from front seats back I have every piece body has 164500 miles $2000 obo this is what the add sats

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Sounds like a modern-day version of a "Rat Rod" So to each there own.

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If ac works, no major leaks, drives out good with no major funny sounds then I would think 2000 not that bad. Any thing with working ac will might near always bring at least 2000 here in the south. Might want to offer him 12-1400 and see if he will budge down to meet you in the middle.

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Well i live up in the bakken so anything under 3000 is usually a good thing to find ac or not

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