1989 Honda Civic LX Cold Start

Cold startup of my 89 Civic LX 5 speed. 208K. I bought it for $500 back in July 2009 as my first car. 33K miles later, and only had to replace a starter (original), timing belt (didn't snap), and water pump since I've had it. Only mods include white gauges and center console with armrest and cupholders from a 98 Acura Integra. UPDATE: 10/16/2012 This car is up to 238k and is show no signs of giving up anytime soon. Also I got rid of the cheesy white gauges and am now going with LEDs.

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