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civic367
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Posted: 01/12/10 10:04 AM

Civics are really reliable, and no there not expensive to fix, (if you know where to get parts), if your really tight on cash I'd reccomend an older civic, CRX, or accord, don't underestimate Accords, they have decent power.  Hope this helps!  

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civic367
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Posted: 01/12/10 10:05 AM

Civics are really reliable, and no there not expensive to fix, (if you know where to get parts), if your really tight on cash I'd reccomend an older civic, CRX, or accord, don't underestimate Accords, they have decent power.  Hope this helps!  

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MidnightStreetKing
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Posted: 01/12/10 02:34 PM

i would say a mid 90's Civic  
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s12rapido3
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Posted: 01/14/10 10:34 AM

Any import is good depending on the condition it's in. Let's face it, the older the car the more it may need to get back up to snuff. Not many keep up with what the car needs and those that do some things neglect other things. Always go with a car tech that is good and that you can trust to look at cars with you. Some times, more than not, a tech can see things better and is not led by the nose by the person trying to sell the car. Not all sellers are looking out to get you, but it pays to go with some one with more experience than you to look at cars.  
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MidnightStreetKing
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Posted: 01/25/10 09:50 AM

true. i agree with S12  
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brandonjwood
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Posted: 05/10/10 05:44 AM

nah look for some toyota mr-2's there the cheapest best looking and verry quick its also a mid engine car. i own one myself and i have a turbo in it and air take , and a computer that gets me from either 30 hp to 200 hp and its was more than what i payed for my car. and a HKS Turbo Exhaust Systems for the MR2(http://www.horsepowerfreaks.com/partreviews/HKS/Exhaust/Exhaust_Systems/Turbo/1232) and im pumin 426 hp out of it and i have beat corvette's and any musle car on the road  

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s12rapido3
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Posted: 05/12/10 05:18 PM

What engine is in it, bro. I may be mistaken, but I was lead to believe that they came with a 3SGTE. It's a nice engine if that's what it came with in your car. I want that same engine for my 97 Rav4. Saving up is tough, though. MR2s are rare around here where I'm at. They exsist, but I haven't seen many around in good shape.  
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HMachine
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Posted: 05/15/10 07:16 PM

Get yourself a TOMY AFX Super G+  

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zopilote_rey
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Posted: 05/18/10 03:31 PM

not even unless ur rich wit the money to blow ur better off buyin a honda lol im 17 and i own a 240sx 89' as well and well civic's are so cheap and easy to fix up (so ive heard) and if u dnt kno much bout cars and such honda is the way to go... nissan's r better tho buttt thats my opinion ^_^ Grin  

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supramp
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Posted: 05/22/10 12:56 AM

take a look at the price and availability of the parts you might want as well. its something to consider before you get dead set on a car first. you dont want to buy something to find out the parts arent available or they cost a lot more than you were expecting.

***personally Ill take my "00" e46 over a honda anyday. 4's are to small, 8's are to big, I like my 6. gobs of power, still good on gas***  

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stephenhemstrought
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Posted: 04/29/14 03:50 PM

i am 18 looking for a tuner under 10 thousand stock and options for upgrades costing anywhere from 2 to 3 thousand all suggestions are welcome thanks  Grin  

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stephenhemstrought
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Posted: 04/29/14 03:50 PM

i am 18 looking for a tuner under 10 thousand stock and options for upgrades costing anywhere from 2 to 3 thousand all suggestions are welcome thanks  Grin  

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amit65
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Posted: 02/24/17 09:24 PM

hi..
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