1993 Honda Civic

Si Hatchback
Sale Price
30 June 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
Unrestored original
Auction House
2HGEH3383PH511694. Aztec Green Pearl over dark gray cloth. 1590/125hp, 5-speed, wheel covers, sunroof, cruise control, factory cassette stereo. Comes with original jack, tools, and books.

Evaluation: Represented as an all-original one-owner car and, despite the 171,904 miles showing on the odometer and nearly 30 years of age, it looks like it drove off the lot a few months ago. It’s unbelievably clean and, even more amazingly, all stock. The paint looks too good to be true but it is original, and only shows some age on the roof and a few scattered blemishes. The interior is gorgeous. The engine is clean, maintained, and recently detailed. That color isn’t for everyone but it is very ‘90s. An incredible car that will have any Honda fanboys swarming it.

Bottom Line: This EG-generation Civic Si has all the ingredients (one-owner, all-stock, well-preserved) of a car that sells for bonkers money on Bring a Trailer. All the ingredients except a low odometer reading. It’s easy to imagine a price twice this high if it did have that last key ingredient, but this is still a seriously impressive car that will let a Gen Xer relive their high school days for not much money. It will elicit memories from and get conversations started with any hot Honda enthusiast who sees it.

by Andrew Newton
9 July 2022
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