95 Honda Civic Turbo Tuner Drag Car 600 Hp 400 Torque Turbocharged on 2040-cars
Mason City, Illinois, United States
Engine:1.8 Liter GSR
Vehicle Title:Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed
Fuel Type:110 VP Race Fuel
For Sale By:Private Seller
Interior Color: Blue
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: DX Coupe 2-Door
Drive Type: Front Wheel Drive
Power Options: Power Windows
Exterior Color: Orange
I had to relist this auction. This is my first vehicle to sell on ebay. I asked the owner if he had a clear title and he said yes so that is what I put. Because of the car fax and policy It was removed for misrepresentation of title. The title is clear and does not say salvage or rebuilt. But due to policy I must label it as rebuilt in the listing. In reality it is a race car that was once under water and rebuilt completely. When purchased there was a sticker in the window stating that the vehicle passed safety inspection. The car was purchased as a drivable car and sent off to get a complete make over into a race car by a business that does that sort of thing. Even though this car is labeled as rebuilt or totaled the title is clear. If you are interested in more details about the title please ask. I will get myself filled in to answer all questions. Bottom line its a race car. Not for the street. Especially with a spool in the drive train I hope this clears things up. I think the most important issue is that it has according to policy a salvage title or a rebuilt title. The title does not state that.
95 Honda Civic tuner race car for sale by owner. 1.8 liter GSR engine, 600 horse power 400 ft. lbs. torque. This is one sweet ride. Over $30,000 spent. 10 Second Quarter Mile.
Chrome Molly six point roll cage.
Racing slicks in front.
Skinnies in back.
5 speed manual shift.
Many high performance engine parts. Please inquire for the list and I will get you in touch with the owner.
500 dollars down at end of sale. Non refundable.
Buyer responsible for freight. You can pick up local or arrange for shipping to come and get it.
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