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Acura Integra LS 1992 DA

1992 Acura Integra LS for sale in Greer, South Carolina, United States

Item location: Greer, South Carolina, United States
Make: Acura
Model: Integra
Type: Hatchback
Trim: LS
Year: 1992
Mileage: 267,104
VIN: JH4DA9355NS015971
Color: Gray
Engine size: DOHC non-VTEC (B18A1)
Number of cylinders: 4
Power options: Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Options: CD Player, Sunroof
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description for Acura Integra 1992

I am selling my 1992 Acura Integra LS. It's a fantastic car and loads of fun to drive. Clean title in hand. Here is everything about the car:
It has a 4 cylinder DOHC non-VTEC engine with a 5 speed manual transmission. Clutch and transmission were replaced when I bought it roughly 7 years ago.
Timing belt and water pump were done shortly after I bought it, as well. I have not racked up very many miles, as I have lived and worked in the same city for the past 8 years.
Alternator and starter were rebuilt about 4 years ago.
New engine computer installed about 4 years ago.
New oil pan and gasket put on about 2 years ago.
I had about $3,200 worth of body work done about 5 years ago (not Maaco). This included new panels and paint. The last 4 photos in this listing are what this car looked like when I bought it. I have receipts to prove it.
Fixed the common pesky rain water leak to the passenger floor.
It has 16" Honda Fit alloy rims with Firestone tires that are in good shape.
Brakes are in good shape.
I replaced the old spare tire with a newer one.
It has an after market Bluetooth sound system with a sub in the trunk.
The engine has a DC Sports header, Flow Master exhaust system, and a cold air intake which makes for a louder engine roar (and slight HP boost). All of those bolt on mods were done by the previous owner, not me.
Both windows and sunroof open and close with no issues.
I have JDM head lights, JDM tail lights, JDM turn signals, and a new primed front bumper (needs paint) to go with the car. I meant to install this stuff but I haven't had the time. I have the original factory shift knob and boot to go with it, along with some other small factory interior pieces.
I've only ever used non-ethanol gas to fill it up.
I only used this car as a sporty daily driver to commute to school and work. I've never raced it or dogged the hell out of it even once.
Engine does not burn or leak oil.
It is a 26 year old car, so don't expect perfection...here is a list of quirks about the car:
The body looks good but because the car has 260k plus miles, it is noisy.
The A/C just recently stopped blowing cold. Fan and heater still work, though. A/C may just need a recharge, or may have a leak somewhere.
The back window has been scraped of the old, bubbled tint. Because of this, the defrost lines were also removed...so that feature does not work anymore (rear window wiper still works).
Seat belts are weird. Still work as they should, but Honda had the "brilliant" idea of making the shoulder strap move along a track whenever you get in and out of the car. The shoulder strap still buckles, but it stays in the shoulder position - it no longer moves along the track, so it makes for a 2-piece seat belt situation (shoulder and lap). You get used to it, though.
I've done my best to share everything about this car. I've spent upwards of $7,000 restoring this car and I'm confident it will run for another 100,000 miles easy. The only reason I'm selling it is because I have a baby girl now, and this car is not practical for family purposes. I have most of the receipts of all the work done. Hit me up with an offer. Thanks for looking!

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