5k: One Owner: 1999 Acura Integra GS-R

The 3rd generation Acura Integra (1994-2001) was the final Acura to be named Integra in the US Market (although the torch was passed to the remarkably similar RSX).  The Integra sold well when new and became a huge hit in the sport compact scene once it became affordable for kids to modify; many have been attacked with nitrous systems, neon lights and plywood wings.  Finding a stock/clean 3rd generation Integra is quite difficult today and getting one from an original owner is almost impossible.  Find this 1999 Acura Integra GS-R for sale in Paterson, NJ for $6,300 buy-it-now on ebay.

This Integra is offered from a small car dealer in New Jersey as a one-owner all original example.  The car looks in great shape and the cooling system should be up to task if you get stuck in any unexpected bridge traffic.

The GS-R (Grand Series – Racing) version of the Integra was offered with a 1.8 liter B18 inline-4 dual over-head cam screamer that put out 170 horsepower and 128 ft-lbs of torque.  The GS-R was equipped with leather seats, alloy wheels, a rear wing and only offered with a 5-speed manual gearbox mated to the front wheels.

Before you dismiss the GS-R Integra as another under-steering front-drive crap-hatch, take one for a test drive and experience the joy of revving the Honda B18 to redline…again…and again…those little engines seem to love the abuse.  See a better GS-R or Type R…stock please!  tips@dailyturismo.com