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    1980 civic for sale

    looking to sell my 1980 civic.
    I have sat on this project too long and I would rather have the space for wood working.
    anyhow, any interest? Only weighs 1600lbs and a 200hp engine would make a racecar.

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    Fi dolla?

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    I remember seeing this in your garage a few years ago... Wow. How much? when was the last time it ran?
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    Say it aint sooooooo, figured it'd have a Coyote in it by now!
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    My goal was to do a motor swap of some kind as the car is light as hell and very basic being carbed.
    The car has not run since probably 2009 and the dead ignition switch is what really pushed the project back.
    I have never ever seen another 1980 civic, so it is definitely one of a kind. You can even search ebay and get 0 hits.

    Anyhow, I figure one project car is enough for one growing family.

    I would take $700 for it.

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