I bought this car new on impulse -- it
just looked and drove that well. Now
it has 75,000 miles on it and I have 9
years on me. I'm thinking maybe I'm
too old for this. It's fun, but not the
same as my Lexus. Trouble is, it
stills looks sharp, still gets 31 mpg,
still gets compliments, and still runs
like a top. The only repair in 75K was
to replace the plug wires, and Honda
figured out that fix the first time in!
(The car was missing slightly when
shifted between 2nd and 3rd). What
an agonizing decision: keep and
sell? One thing's for sure -- the price
will be north of 10K. But where then
can I buy a car this neat for 10K?
VTech engine, huge trunk for a
sports car (holds clubs and more),
exclusivity, perfect shade of red paint,
comfortable seats and driving
In 1994, all Honda radios were junk
and the DelSol was no exception.
Hondas dent very easily -- expect
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