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good car for the right price
by grandmarquis90 from Philadephia Pa 19135 | January 23, 2010
Well i got the car for 1700 with 109000 miles. Ran great and still does. Tranny has an issue shifting into overdrive dont borther me. it is all white with a red top. red leather a/c and power seats make it a dream car but the size makes it a landboat 17 foot long. the 5.0 will hold you back in the seat and still show little honda's what its made of over all its a good car but buy one with low miles. Next car is gonna be a camaro ss or a z28 im only 16 so this as my first acr and i loved it but now i want a sports car