Honda Civic Si 1989 Walkaround

My Honda Civic Si 1989 ED7 Body Series HatchBack D16A6 Engine Block Number 242 204 Kilometers Original Clutch & Tranny Only Mod is a 1,75 Straight Pipe Exhaust Line it pulls out a great sound in my opinion :D Other than that Complete Stock ! Its my Daily Driver for about 3years now !

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