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Classic 1977 Honda Accord 3 Door Hatchback - $4,995 (Ferndale)

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condition: good
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 120000
paint color: silver
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: hatchback
OK… here is one of the original years of the famous Honda Accord! Yes, It’s a 1977 and it’s very hard to find around the United States. I bought this probably 7-8 years ago and had plans to have it painted and brought back close to mint condition but have other things that I have to tend to. The Honda is going to sit - and I don’t want that. I have driven from Bellingham to Seattle for the last 20 years and have NEVER seen another one of these Hondas out on the roads, ever.

It has sat for the last 2 years without being started - and after a quick jump… started right up. It runs good, sounds good, and will need the brake master cylinder looked at. The engine hood will need another bracket installed that keeps it closed. But, it is a reverse opening one so you can’t tell that it is not locked down and the wind does not blow it open. I might be able to have that done for the new owner before it leaves the property. The interior is in very nice condition, no rust on the body to speak of, and straight frame and body. It’s a CLASSIC!

It’s a five speed and gets great gas mileage. I don’t believe it drips any oil or fluids at this time or since I have owned it. The heater and all other car features work just fine.

I’m firm on the $4995.00 and have some extra parts I can through in including an extra transmission and engine!

Marcus




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