So not much point, I guess? Zero dents and no rust so far. All I can say is with proper maitanence these cars last a life time. I'm not wanting to be a ricer but I'm looking these all up on the sedan accords and other similar 90s Hondas and they all look really cool! And adding new rims; gold or bronze is what I'm thinking about. Cranks over on those cold -15 Wisconsin winter mornings. BodyTypeFilter selectedBodyTypeGroupIdList, bodyTypeGroupIdToNameMap, null ; bodyTypeFilter.
I gave it back to her a few months ago, and hope to buy another one soon. It's your first car, if you want an exhaust or whatever then go for it. Your dad is a car guy, right? Nothing says you have to slam the thing but I loved ditching the wheel gap. You'll get used to it pretty quickly, like those Tesla drivers that can't remember to turn off their car when they leave one. That's a real enthusiast's car, for sure. I too bought an old Honda when I was young.
Does modding it out completely ruin that? There is some sticker residue from badges from the previous owner that I'm working on fully removing. No petitions, requests for funding. DealRatingFilter selectedRatingList, null ; ratingFilter. Please ask me anything I may have left out or you're curious about, and I would love to try and answer! With one car out of our driver rotation in our family, we were immediately tired of taking eachother within the family to and from work, school, and errands. I get it, I really do. I have owned 2 and on the way to getting another! FuelTypeFilter selectedFuelTypeList, null ; fuelTypeFilter.
SellerTypeFilter selectedSellerTypeList, null ; sellerTypeFilter. The only things I might do to it is change the wheels, and maybe add a roof rack if I ever want to do outdoorsy that calls for more than just wagon space. There have only been a few minor problems with this car, and just one major one, unlike other cars in this one's class. InstalledOptionsFilter selectedInstalledOptionIdList, installedOptionIdToLabelMap, possiblyDroppedOptionsMap ; installedOptionsFilter. I think my 1992 Accord station wagon is still the best looking car on the road.
There are also really nice exhausts designed just for the wagons that are anything but fart cannons. It already sounds and feels fun as hell stock, and I have decided I don't want to take the risk changing it up. I was able to learn enough how to drive it the night I got it and take it to school the next day. WheelSystemFilter selectedWheelSystemList, null ; wheelSystemFilter. My car is nearly 15 years old and I plan to keep it another 5 years at which time I will sell and it will still be a great deal for the next driver.
Love how dependable it is until it can run no more after 25 years! I love the boxy yet big body it adds. It was not only reliable, but easy to own. The only things I might do to it is change the wheels, and maybe add a roof rack if I ever want to do outdoorsy that calls for more than just wagon space. Regular already did an episode on an Accord wagon of roughly that generation, and he gave it high praise. You can't go wrong with a Honda, I'm definately a fan! After 120,000 miles the factory exterior paint, as well as the interior upholstery, looks brand new. I'd leave the interior stock save for an upgraded stereo system. Leave the car as stock as possible and treat it nicely, and it'll do the same for you.
In reality it's a well kept Accord Wagon but it's not showroom quality anymore. The antenna makes the loudest and most annoying grinding noise as it retracts and goes up. The manual transmission is a must. It didn't look modified, it didn't sound modified, it just looked like the top of the line performance model they didn't ever produce. The white body is in amazing condition. EngineFilter selectedEngineList, null ; engineFilter. Same for suspension, he's on quite old struts and springs, it'd be an upgrade to go to some Koni Yellow and either a nice spring or Ground Controls.
I wasn't fully convinced to mod it, especially rice it out. Edit: And congrats on the purchase! In a few years heck, arguably already this car has the potential to be one of those clean 'time capsule regular cars' at car shows. So far, this car has lasted 15 years 113k miles and is doing just fine for its seniority. At the end of the day, you can ask other people for guidance, but you're the only one who knows what you really want. Usually the teeth are broken off when it's making those awful sounds. It was a way to express myself and I learned a lot.
I understand it's to prevent theft, but I want it removed as it's a petty hassle to go through, especially when I stall. ColorFilter selectedColorList, 'exteriorColorFilter', 'exteriorColorName', 'Color', 'colors', null ; colorFilter. I had so few problems, that I have nothing to list. SeatingFilter selectedSeatingList, null ; seatingFilter. Comments cannot be excessively argumentative, insulting, or otherwise generally uncivil. If you look at my flair you will see that I, too, own a rare older Honda.