1993 Honda Integra Si
The Integra may be one of the most beloved sport coupes offered in Honda's iconic mid-90s lineup. Its seamless blend of acceleration, handling, and sleek styling left enthusiasts infatuated and launched the DC2 into its legendary status today. This beautiful one owner 1993 Honda Integra Si sports a desirable factory manual transmission and punchy B18C power plant. Finished in Torino Red Pearl (R72P), this timeless two-door shows nicely and is offered with a mere 116k verified and documented miles. Aside from some light dings, chips, and scuffs, the paint is in fine shape, and this terrific teg even sports a rare set of optional OEM fog lights. Previous repairs in Japan do list a replacement left front fender but that does little to take away from this unmolested gem's desirability. This recently serviced Integra is perfectly suited for daily driving, weekend track days, or a collectable investment piece. No matter how the next chapter unfolds, this DC2 is a certified Japanese Classic that surely won't last long!
Being a one-owner vehicle it's clear to us the cabin was well cared for and it shows. The dash is in great shape and lacks any cracking or distortion. The automatic climate control blows cold A/C, and the heat works too, for these long upcoming winter months. Electric windows, power mirrors, and power locks all work as they should, making daily use much more enjoyable. The upgraded Panasonic radio functions properly, is easy to use, and supplies crisp and clean sound throughout the cabin. The seats are trimmed in a soft black cloth with light grey inserts and are nearly flawless, lacking any major rips, stains, or tears. A bit of UV related discoloration on the top of the rear seat is the only imperfection to note on this otherwise perfect upholstery. The same can be said for the door cards, carpets, and headliner which have stood up well to any abuse with only light fraying to the outer edge carpet in the hatch. The OEM floor mats and original owners manual remain and are a nice touch for the next owner to help preserve this piece of Honda history! Aside from the minor wear to the steering wheel, it's very hard to complain about the cabin as a whole.
The rev happy B18C can be found under the hood and has certainly earned its place in the Honda tuning community hall of fame. Fresh off an oil and filter service, the engine springs to life thanks to two new battery terminals and a new 12v battery. This formidable four-banger idles with confidence and pulls hard to redline. Our trained technicians replaced the valve cover gasket and oil pan gasket so the B-Series always stays topped up on lubrication. Power is fed to the front wheels through a responsive five-speed gearbox, but we would like to note a third gear synchro grind during high rpm shifts. To give the driveline a slight refresh we've even installed a new front right axle! 3rd gear grind aside, it's a blast to run through the gears, and nobody can deny the auditory bliss when you cross over into VTEC. The suspension can handle the rigors of daily use thanks to the new trailing arm bushings and supplies plenty of grip in the twisties. The brakes are confident courtesy of the new front brake lines, new front brake calipers, new front brake pads, and front rotors that were installed by one of our trained techs. Lastly, new tires were mounted and balanced at all four corners. The new rubber quiets down the ride, provides plenty of grip for backroad cruises, and will last for tens of thousands of miles to come.
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