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A Super Clean Integra On The List That Is Craig’s

LongRoofian November 27, 2012 All Things Hoon 19 Comments

This olelongrooffan is not real good with this type of post but I thought my fellow Hoons would enjoy checking out this super clean Integra. Our fellow Hoon, Preludacris, shared it with us on the Tips Hotline earlier today and the entire ad can be seen here.

Keep those Tips coming my fellow Hoons. We’re getting them out as quickly as we can.

  • Noah

    Ooooh Nice! I had the four door version of this very same car in the same color. For whatever reason it had a really funky idle, something to do with the Idle Air Control Valve I could never figure out. When it was running well it was a blast. Super light, great visibility, awesome shifter, enough power to get out of it's own way…. Too bad BC is on the other side of the continent.

    • Preludacris

      Visibility: a trait I wish manufacturers cared about in 2012.

      • mr. mzs zsm msz esq

        We now have video cameras, more beeping and blinking, radar, and santa detectors!

  • It always struck me, that for as different-looking as the first and third generations appear, that in those three generations, there is a distinct consistency to the design. The detail of the shape of the greenhouse, the design of the taillights and hatch, the side mouldings – you can see the evolution. It's really kinda cool.

    • It's even more apparent when you see a 3rd gen with the JDM front end.

      • Huh! I had to google that one – didn't know there was a difference – and you are correct!

  • buzzboy7

    At 96k it looks factory clean. That's impressive. And for that price. I just hope it doesn't get riced. It would make a great DD for somebody who commutes. At that mileage it's just getting broken in.

  • Number_Six

    Stock this is one of the few cars that lives up to the hype and I'd be damn happy with this example. Too bad people are stupid and ricedestructive.

    • Preludacris

      Can totally understand how it happens, though. My exact thought process: "Sick! A totally stock teggy! Wow, this would look great on some wheels I already have, just needs a bit of a drop to make it look finished, and some one-piece headlights…"
      And you're off to the rices.

      • FuzzyPlushroom

        I might put some later stock alloys on it, but that's it. That's. It.

        • Preludacris

          GSR Blades? Yes, please.

          • FuzzyPlushroom

            Perfect. Fat Fives are just too overdone, and the Blades suit earlier cars better.

            • Preludacris

              Funny you mention that, my '90 sedan had fat fives on it from the previous owner. I thought they were a little too rounded, too chunky.
              Terrible shot with bike in the way but you get the idea.
              <img src="http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z313/ndrwhrnr/DSC_4456.jpg&quot; width="600">

              • FuzzyPlushroom

                Yeah, ehh, they aren't terrible but they aren't for me. The Blades are far prettier, but I'm a sucker for six-spoke wheels anyway.

      • Number_Six

        Yeah, who am I kidding? I'd be chucking a TL-S motor and trans in there in a few weeks…

      • mnm4ever

        I can understand upgrading the wheels, as long as you dont go crazy with something really tacky, since the stock rims are just steelies with hubcaps. But nothing else, not even lowering. Why change headlights?? The car is classic looking as is.

  • danleym

    I learned how to drive stick in one of these. Good times.

  • Synchromesh

    I had a 2000 GS-R sedan for 6 years – great car. My cousin had a '92 GS coupe with manual for a while back in late 90s. It was a great car too. That gen is rare around New England nowadays – most have rusted away or were beaten to death. A nice stock car like this is a very rare find. Hope it goes into good hands, they were great little drivers!