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Yes $660. My friend bought a wrecked 1998 Civic HB DX from an auction. It has 45k miles, ac, and is a 5 speed. We both work at a body shop, so it should be fairly easy to fix. It just needs a new fender, hood, bumper, bumper cover, radiator support, grille and a headlight. This sounds like a lot, but should only be about 600 to fix all of this, the main reason is we're buying all the replacement parts aftermarket rather tahn OEM.
So what do you think? Around $1300 for a 98 Civic HB? Nice.
 

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too good to be true if the car runs good!

I always been looking for a car like that to go to and back from work and school with alittle mod. But i am clue less on body work so! other then puting on bumper and my fender! So!
But yeah it's sound good but just need the engine to run good!
 

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thats a pretty damn good deal, especially since you can seel it for about 8k and make over 6 grand in profit
 

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I buy it if you sale it!

Since i am going to try to make my car a more of speed then look!

And i need a car that car do better then 240MPT on Highway!

So i think a HB DX should top that by alease 30-40MPT and i want a hatchback too!:mad: ;)
 

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Re: I buy it if you sale it!

Silver97Civic said:
Since i am going to try to make my car a more of speed then look!

And i need a car that car do better then 240MPT on Highway!

So i think a HB DX should top that by alease 30-40MPT and i want a hatchback too!:mad: ;)
my car got about 36mpg befor the swap, and after the swap i still get over 30mpg average tank gets me about 310-320miles
even with a swap civics are stupid good on gas milage
 
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