The original Acura Integra “Teggy” was released for the US market in 1985 as a pop-up headlight equipped hatchback — both 3-door and 5-door variants were available. It is a fool’s errand to attempt and quantify the number that have been turned into “race cars”, but let’s just say that the streets of suburbia were littered with lowered examples back in the late 1990s…and then the mostly disappeared. Sure, you see the odd grandma driven example, but where did all the “10 second” Teggys go? It matters not, because today we’ve got a nice one-owner low mile 1986 Acura Integra LS offered for $2,200 in Columbus, OH via craigslist.. Tip from FuelTruck.
Powering this hatchback is a “Browntop” D16A1 1.6 liter dual-over-head-cam all-alloy 4-banger that
puts out 113 horsepower and 99 ft-lbs of torque. The transverse mounted
little engine features torque-a-plenty at low rpm and is mated to a 5-speed manual transaxle.
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