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NY: 89 EF Si b16a1 Swapped Hatch
« on: March 13, 2013, 11:05:11 am »
1989 Civic Si Hatchback

Engine: B16a1 Swap (Engine, Transmiss ion, ECU) VTEC wired, no CEL

Exhaust: Tri-Y Header, 2 Inch piping, Monza Style Muffler

Suspensio n: Stock (replaced 15k miles ago), new axles

Brakes: New, replaced front rotors and pads, replaced rear drum assembly and pads

Interior: NEW rug (not installed), factory Si interior (normal “Honda” bolster wear on driver side), have all interior pieces took out to paint, will be included with car. New Pioneer head unit with iPod/iPhone and USB in, Pandora ready.

Wheels: 16 inch Maxxim spoke style rims with Yokohama Parada Spec 2 Tires 90% tread(no camber wear)

Story on car, I’ve owned it since 1999. I have been deployed and overseas a few times and the car sat. I decided to do the B16A1 swap which wasn’t an option for this car (it is pretty much what is in the 99/00 Si). The last 5,000 miles there has been about $4-5k put into the car with the swap (which had 27k miles when purchased from H Motors Online), and all other items swapped and/or replaced. I thought I was going to get it all done and get it in “show car” status, but I am set to deploy again and would like to get something automatic for my wife. This has been a southern car, it has not seen winter and is rust/rot free except where I started to strip in order for paint. I am NOT looking for trades, AT ALL. I have the car in sight that I want and would like to sell this in order to get that. If I do not sell it now, I will paint it, drop it and put other rims on it and possibly freshen up the interior. The car took me from Georgia to Ft. Drum, so reliable? Yes I think so. The car has passed inspectio n for NY State and is running and on the road ready to be a daily driver as it sits. No stripped gears, no smoke from exhaust, no known issues with car. Starts right up, and moves out. Feel free to contact me through this ad or PM and we can exchange numbers from there. The price is obo, so keep you comments to yourself. Don’t waste my time or yours and thanks for looking.

$4000 obo

Best way to contact me is reply or PM here or call and I can text you or email you pics also. Bruce ( SEVEN ZERO SIX ) 992- FIVE FOUR FIVE FIVE



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Re: NY: 89 EF Si b16a1 Swapped Hatch
« Reply #1 on: March 13, 2013, 03:51:49 pm »
really bruce lol really keep this car  still got your evo?? i havent seen you in forever man


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Re: NY: 89 EF Si b16a1 Swapped Hatch
« Reply #2 on: March 13, 2013, 04:53:13 pm »
Yeah brother I am up in NY now getting ready to go to Afghanist an. If I don't sell it like this, I'll paint it then try to sell it again, lol. I sold the Evo because it was just too much. I was about to break 600bhp and 500awtq (was at 582hp/464tq). Stuff was going to start breaking soon, lol. After the rebuild my wife wasn't having it anymore, lol, "said I needed to grow up." Actually, I think the $800 clutch rebuild was the last straw. I built this up while that was down. Still have the Volk GTU's from it and trying to sell them too, but everyone would rather have Rotas for cheap than a real set of rims...no biggie. No rush to sell, just wanted to get the wife a cheaper alternati ve for school since she can't drive a stick.

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Re: NY: 89 EF Si b16a1 Swapped Hatch
« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2013, 07:04:47 pm »
nice nice ill pm you so i dont mess up your thread with our catching up ;D


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Re: NY: 89 EF Si b16a1 Swapped Hatch
« Reply #4 on: March 14, 2013, 04:41:29 pm »
sounds good bro.

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Re: NY: 89 EF Si b16a1 Swapped Hatch
« Reply #5 on: March 21, 2013, 12:35:49 pm »
taking offers...

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Re: NY: 89 EF Si b16a1 Swapped Hatch
« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2013, 01:14:43 pm »
$3k firm, rims/tires/swap cost more than that...


 

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