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Old 09 Aug 2013, 09:48 am
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Default 1990 Honda Civic sir?

should I sell my Honda Civic 1990 for 1800 its clean title all stock.... it has 27000 miles are they going to cost a lot later on in the future become a classic car? Rare?.... if I do sell it I would like to go with a new car like a acura rsx type s what is the difference between a rsx and a rsx type s?
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Old 09 Aug 2013, 10:05 am
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I think you can get more for it. Tuners are always looking for cars just like that and a stock sir with low miles is pretty appealing. The value will probably never go back up on those cars since they were pretty common, inexpensive cars. The rsx type s is just a sportier model with more power. 160hp vs 220hp
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