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1989 Honda Accord Aerodeck Automatic POP UP HEADLAMPS for sale--

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I was fooling myself that I was ok to drive this little car when I first got it but my left leg cries no every time I attempt to drive it and unfortunately it is only going to get worse,so rather than the car stand on my drive waiting for the occasional 'I am good to drive day' I have decided to offer it for sale here first--

 

Honda Accord Aerodeck 2.0 Twin carb Automatic EX 3dr,with grey interior in good condition.

Only 76,800 Miles,3 owners from new.
Power steering,electric windows,mirrors,aerial and POP UP HEADLAMPS!
Well maintained and always kept garaged by previous owners.
Comprehensive Service History with lots of receipts.
MOT'd until September 2019 and serviced religiously every year.
Cambelt Replaced Twice (Last @68k in 2014)
Old MOT's and old Tax discs,
2 keys and original owners manuals.
The car drives faultlessly, no knocks or bangs. The 4 speed gearbox is perfect and functions as it should.
The exterior is in very good condition for its age. There is some minor surface rust on the arches (I can send more photographs).  Minimal rust on the underside of the car.
 
There a few small giffer dents and scrapes and the casing of the nearside door mirror is very loose but stays in place whilst driving.
I had it checked over when I bought it and fitted new inner CV gaiters,tightened an exhaust clamp and renewed the coolant.
 
Shiters price is £950 and I am in Ashford,Kent,J10 of the M20 and 5mins from Ashford International station. Tea,coffe,cake,biscuits or fish and chips are available! 
 
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I can't remember if you drove mine at SF Wales a couple or three years back Skizzer, but they're quite a nice steer. I find they make excellent dailies, and do everything well, nothing outstanding, just very competent.

Driving to and from the train station in mine was the highlight of my day when I worked in that London a few years back.

I have to admit that my red one now looks worse for wear after a couple of winters use, so be wary of salty roads.

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I can't remember if you drove mine at SF Wales a couple or three years back Skizzer, but they're quite a nice steer. I find they make excellent dailies, and do everything well, nothing outstanding, just very competent.

Driving to and from the train station in mine was the highlight of my day when I worked in that London a few years back.

I have to admit that my red one now looks worse for wear after a couple of winters use, so be wary of salty roads.

I didn’t actually drive yours, but I may have dribbled on it slightly. And taken lots of photos from way too close up, in a slightly stalker-like fashion.

 

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