1989 Honda Civic SI Hatchback. Its Alive, My Car is ALIVE!!!!!!!!!!

This video was recorded in 2008. That was the first time to start my car in 8 years. The Civic was just sitting in my garage since 2000. But sadly the car hasn't been started or run since then. So we have to try to get it started again. Joseph Elliot is the mechanic on my car. Replaced in 2008: gas tank, injectors, plugs, wires, fuel rail, fuel filter. I'm definitely going to need body work because its been outside for two years; now there is a lot of rust. But the interior is great, needs new tires, registration, insurance, brakes, supension, on and on and on and on.

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