1985 Honda City Turbo II - COMING FOR SALE SOON
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100% STREET LEGAL with all Import Documents
DETAILS ABOUT THIS VEHICLE
1985 Honda City Turbo II
AIR CONDITION BLOWS ICE COLD
1231cc 1.2 Liter ER Inline 4 Cylinder TURBO engine
4-Speed Manual Transmission
Front Wheel Drive
23,769 kilometers = 14,769 Miles = Driven approx 410 miles per year!!
NO RUST, Running condition is amazing for a 36 year old car, we will restore to make perfect.
- OZ rally wheels
IMPERFECTIONS ON THIS VEHICLE
ABOUT THIS CAR
VERY NICE CAR, HIGH AUCTION GRADE, LOW MILES!!! Do not know what to say, this beauty looks like it lived in a museum it's whole life. Miles are verified to be accurate!!! Zero rust and we can not find any imperfections, It might have been mentioned before but the AC works great on this 36 year old car!!!
The City Turbo shared the 1231 cc (1.2 L) CVCC "ER" engine with its more pedestrian siblings, but the addition of a turbocharger meant that 100 PS (74 kW; 99 hp) at 5,500 rpm and 15.0 kg⋅m (147.1 N⋅m; 108.5 lb⋅ft) at 3,000 rpm were available. Further changes to the engine included an aluminum/titanium alloy head and a magnesium valve cover to keep the weight down. The IHI RHB51 turbocharger, developed as a joint venture between Ishikawajima Heavy Industry and Honda, was lighter and smaller than most other turbos and could run at higher rpm. When combined with Honda's PGM-FI fuel injection and an 8-bit digital computer control unit, the end result was a very efficient engine with minimal turbo lag. 0–100 km/h was possible in 8.6 seconds. The later City Turbo II's engine featured an intercooler, a revised intake plenum, a slightly larger throttle body, a modified inlet manifold, a higher AR turbo compressor, exhaust housings, and a slightly raised (7.6:1) compression ratio. It produced 110 PS (81 kW; 108 hp) at 5500 rpm and 16.3 kg⋅m (159.8 N⋅m; 117.9 lb⋅ft) at 3000 rpm.
More information on Honda City Turbo 2 available on wikipedia -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honda_City_(AA)
Traditional banks typically will not allow financing for any vehicle older than 10 years old. For this reason most banks will not do auto loan for a JDM car. PLUS the fact that JDM cars vin number are NOT 17digits which makes banks nervous! We recommend using a collector car financing company like one of the three mentioned below.
To be approved you will need to have proof of employment for at least 6 months, have good credit history (helps if you financed a car before). You will need at least 680 credit score and at least 15% down payment.