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Old 10-14-2013, 11:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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STOCK 2000 Honda Civic HX for sale! Black ext, gray int, 164,000 miles, manual transmission, car has been well maintained, drives smoothly, AC fully functional, clean title, and has all records. There are some minor scratches/dings on the body and the hood has an indent on the driver side front corner. Left side view mirror is broken but can be replaced with another, all the cords, etc work and you would just need to reattach it. I am just not brave enough to go into a junkyard and search for one. As shown, and can be yours for $2400! Please email, I will respond quickly!
This one is actually newer than Bacon, although with 50% more miles.

Would anyone on here tell me to replace the passenger mirror?

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Honda Civic Ele, Cpe (2 Dr), w/pnted, RH- BLK,T31783 000 A
0 31783 $85
undmg Brock Auto Parts USA-MO(St.-Louis) Request_Quote 1-800-235-3346
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Honda Civic AFT CIVIC 96-00 MIRROR RH, Power, Non-Fo AFT KVMIRR $104.5
undmg Riteway Auto Parts - PRP West USA-AZ(Phoenix) Request_Quote 1-800-585-7507/602-268-1481
I sent an e-mail. Curious that the owner is trying to sell a car without giving out a phone number.

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Old 10-14-2013, 12:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes I am available after 4:30 today, you can text me after then
That does not make things very easy for me. If I text him at 4:31pm and we meet up at 4:45, I would want to check out and test-drive the car, take it to a mechanic, and, if everything is agreeable, go to a bank to give him money.

How am I supposed to make that happen when shops and banks close at five?
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Old 10-14-2013, 04:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Show up with the money when you go look at it. I personally always show up with cash in hand just in case I want a vehicle. Why? Because if I have to run to the bank... then someone else could show up while I am running to go get money.

This part is not the seller's responsibility.
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Old 10-15-2013, 08:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Pass on this for sure. It's been wrecked slightly. It's funny the person says they are scared to fix the mirror, yet somehow they have managed to keep it well maintained. Obviously all the dents, scratches, and other exterior flaws are a sign the car was not cared for.
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Old 10-16-2013, 03:31 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Pass on this for sure. It's been wrecked slightly. It's funny the person says they are scared to fix the mirror, yet somehow they have managed to keep it well maintained. Obviously all the dents, scratches, and other exterior flaws are a sign the car was not cared for.
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Old 10-21-2013, 03:09 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Oddly, I found a very similar car, same year and color, but a damaged fender instead of the hood. Hoods are easier to replace than fenders, although I have some ability to knock out dents, and the fender is not rusted. This one has both mirrors, for what it is worth. Dented fender, but "well maintained." CBaber, does your advice still apply?





















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2000 Honda Civic Hx with 170,XXX miles. It has a 1.4L I4 motor and a 5-speed manual transmission. This car gets excellent gas mileage. This car has been well maintained. It does have damage to the front driver side as well as some scratches on the passenger side door. The interior is clean. The A/C was just recently redone over the summer and blows ice cold air. It is an excellent daily driver car. A great starter car for someone learning to drive! For more info call or text Nate at 480 544 3018. $3000 cash OBO
2000 Honda Civic HX

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Old 10-21-2013, 12:35 PM   #7 (permalink)
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That one looks a lot better. Fenders are easy to replace, and can be cheap used if you can find the same color.
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Old 10-24-2013, 03:42 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Bought it!

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