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1988 Honda Crx on 2040-cars

Year:1988 Mileage:187000
Location:

Buckley, Michigan, United States

Buckley, Michigan, United States

condition: fair, paint needs touch up or repainted, small wire issue under dash, runs, needs new clutch and driveshaft (CV) and battery (clutch and driveshaft included) very minimal rust (been garaged for 5 years prior to this year.)

features: new distributor/plugs and wires, new main relay,

 

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Wohlford`s Brake Stop ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Brake Repair
Address: 3613 Viaduct St SW, Burnips
Phone: (616) 532-7781

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Auto blog

Honda says Accord is America's best-selling car among actual consumers

Fri, 21 Feb 2014 13:28:00 EST

The latest round of new vehicle registration data has been good for Honda - three of the Japanese brand's models are retail sales leaders and the Accord was the most registered car built in America in 2013, according to the data compiled by Polk. In fact, 360,089 units of the family sedan were purchased by individual consumers last year, an increase of 12.2 percent.
There was also good news from the Civic and CR-V camps, as those two models topped their respective segments in terms of retail (non-fleet) sales, with each notching over 300,000 registrations. Combined with the Accord, this trio of Hondas accounted for a whopping 1.11 million retail sales last year.
Honda spokesperson Sage Marie reflected on Polk's findings, telling Autoblog:

Wagon Attack's crappy Civic Wagon meets its end in Iceland

Wed, 11 Dec 2013 20:04:00 EST

Several years ago, we posted a video on a dumpy, all-wheel-drive, turbocharged Honda Civic Wagon that starred in a film called Wagon Attack II. The video showed the rusty, red five-door tackling terrain that no Civic has any business driving on, and doing it with flair and style.
Now, the team that produced the original video are back, with Wagon Attack III. The latest video is packed full of goodness for wagon lovers of any stripe. Where the last video saw the turbocharged wagon in Michigan, though, this time it's been shipped to Iceland, where it's flung about on the beaches and dirt roads of the volcanic island.
The video has a bit of a sad ending, though. You'll need to watch it and see what we mean. We've got the entire video down below. Take a look.

2012 Honda NC700X

Fri, 28 Dec 2012 11:57:00 EST

Honda Builds The Crossover Of Bikes
Here in the land of Harleys and highways that stretch to infinity, Americans don't care much for sensible motorcycles. Unlike the majority of global bike buyers, North Americans tend to choose escape over utility, performance over practicality - that's simply how it's been done in the land of the free, at least until a funny thing happened on the way to the global recession.
As bank balances thinned and fuel prices crept skyward, sales of puffed up sportbikes and cartoonishly endowed cruisers plummeted. Americans rediscovered that motorcycles could be used for tasks like workaday commutes and trips to the grocery store, not just for riding into a Marlboro Man-approved sunset, fringe in tow. As consumers matured, manufacturers slowly responded with bikes better suited for purposeful priorities.