Thursday, August 19, 2021

Million mile 1991 Honda CRX Si with original trans and engine.... they don't build them like that anymore.... owned by Tampa Honda

The car still has its original interior, original engine and transmission, a five-speed manual thanks to the Si trim upgrade. Honda paired it with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder that made 105 horsepower (78 kilowatts) and 98 pound-feet (132 Newton-meters) of torque when it was new.

The previous owner had the exterior repainted about eight or nine years ago.


  1. that is incredible.

  2. Schofield Honda in Wichita has one from mid 70s in the showroom.

    1. I think it's great for a dealership to have an old vehicle in the showroom, I've seen three examples in San Diego. One Dodge dealership I worked at used to have a 70 Challenger, 440 R/T trim, and a 92 Viper, because the dealership owner had bought those and kept them, but the widow didn't have the space to store them when he died, and she didn't give a shit about cars, so she got them out of her garage and left them in the dealership showroom instead. So stupid people and their kids could scratch and paw them.
      The local Toyota dealership has an amazing Land Cruiser
      and a Honda dealership nearby has a H600 out front