Louvers On My Hatch: 1983 Honda Accord
This next car comes from the year 1983, which was the year of the theatrical release of Return of the Jedi and the year of the first mobile cell telephone call. If that doesn’t sound very long enough — check your calendar. This car left the factory 38 years ago. So if anyone looks at it like a potential cheap daily driver, remember it is a classic. Not that you couldn’t drive it every single day, but then I know people who drive vintage Beetles every day, so can be a daily or a classic. One last thought — forward hinged hoods rule. Find this 1983 Honda Accord offered for $5,400 in San Mateo, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
1983 honda accord
title status: clean
Up for sale is this beautiful classic Honda
This is a one owner vehicle with records
Dating back to new along with the vehicles original window sticker. here’s the details
1983 Honda Accord hatchback
With a manual 5-speed transmission
130,000 original miles
Runs great always driven with care
Never abused and was garaged for the majority of its life
Never been in a accident no major dents
Interior is near immaculate
Seats have been covered since day one
And look like brand new under sheep skin
The vehicle had been serviced recently
With the following work done
New timing belt
New water pump
All work done working the last 10-15K miles
She’s a head turner and is always highly complimented value will only go up
On this vintage Honda’s
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うわ～ すごい, a stick! I was ascared to look.
Is your hovercraft is full of eels? Checking…
Ah. I suppose there’s good reason so many of the survivors are slushbox. Guilty.
Yesterday it was all marine gastropoda, today eels!
Eels by the way are amazing! Got a while to listen to pure amazing?
I’d take that over the automatic one posted earlier – but I’d still be worried about those miles of vacuum line. Or it might end up with either fuel injection or Weber DCOEs.
Seriously folks…wheres the armor all when you need it?