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Old 25 Oct 2011, 01:01 am
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Default Need Help buying a honda?

Im buying a 1990 Honda Accord but it has a 1998 vtech engine with only 85,000 miles on it. I know the cars old but the engine is not that bad, would it still run good or would i run into a lot of problems since the actual cars a 90'?

*he said he replaced the old engine because it had too many miles on it
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Old 25 Oct 2011, 01:16 am
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If the Swap was done correctly, you could get some good years out of the car.

You have to find out if the swap was done by a professional or by the person selling it.
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