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Old 08 Oct 2009, 01:16 am
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Default I don't know if i should buy this 1999 honda civic si?

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http://s48.photobucket.com/albums/f2...t=DSC00893.jpg















































its all stock 103,000 miles. I have a 99 eclipse right now and im thinking about selling it and buying a 99 civic si like this one.































Im worried that this person might have ran the shi+ out of it. but even if he did its a honda right, so it should not effect it.































now i do not now how hard he drove that thing im just thinking if he did.































should i buy it?















click on the second link to the pic gallery. i just realized how much body damage there is if you look close.
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Old 08 Oct 2009, 01:31 am
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to be honest, you should buy a car if youre only 100% about it. if i was in your situation i would make this switch. hondas have better gas mileage, and this particular honda has low miles too. if the civic in the picture is the stock honda civic that youre talking about, that thing looks very clean. i dont think he couldve ran the shit out of it.































if youre looking for conformation, yes, i believe you should buy this car.































if you are asking if this car is worth the switch, it all depends. do you want more gas mileage with less power, or more power with less mmileage? whichever you prefer, you can still modify the civic to match the eclipse's power, even surpass it.































bottom line, buy the ****ing thing. its light, good on gas, looks good, its dependable, and has lots of potential.
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Old 08 Oct 2009, 01:46 am
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If thats the car in the pix, then Id say go for it!! its 100% stock and those Civic Si's are hard to come by now, in that condiditon. They only made that Si In 99-00. The B16 Engine is very durable and gets great gas Milage. it also has great potential and decent power for a Civic. Its also much more reliable than an Eclipse, thats for sure.
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Old 08 Oct 2009, 02:01 am
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Nooooooooooooooo way. Unless you just drove your Eclipse into the ground, and it totally sucks, than that is way better than the Civic. Hands down.































Turbo the Eclipse if it isn't already, or something, but don't buy the Civic.
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