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Please respectfully call only between 9am - 9pm, EST. Thanks, Tom (828-545-6090) 2001 Honda Civic EX Coupe, VG+ to Excellent condition, power windows & locks, heating and air-conditioning work properly, relatively new tires & brakes (5 months old), 4-speed automatic transmission, strong D-17A2 SOHC VTEC engine (1.7 liter, 127 hp), ABS brakes, 26/34 mpg (city/highway), cruise control, sunroof.$2300 of recent work and new OME Honda parts (12 month parts & labor warranty):• Completely new head gasket, with head professionally machined to specifications• Timing belt & water pump, & all appropriate seals & parts• Motor mount (driver's side)• Spark plugs, oil change, etc• Radiator, thermostat & coolant• Left front wheel bearing• Right front lower control arm, & ball jointNew tires (4), and front brakes in May 2015.Also, $700 additional work in August 2014.This is a great gas-saver, low-maintenance, safe car. This car needs no major work, & should be good for at least another 100K miles before another timing belt is due. This car could easily last another 150K miles, with proper oil changes and minor maintenance. ~ This is a great, reliable and practical car--especially for a student or commuter. Why I am selling this car after extensive repairs: This was my son's car when it overheated a few weeks ago; he needed another car immediately and bought a very similar Acura RSX. Since then, I've had this Civic repaired just the same as I would have if I was keeping it for the long term. This Civic is a more practical & worry-free car than the RSX; however, the primary driver has decided to keep the RSX... So now, this Civic is an extra car and is up for sale or trade [for vintage guitar]. I personally paid $4500 for this car in May 2015 (at a local used car dealership); since then, I have spent over $2300 fixing this car. This car is a great daily driver & I would not hesitate to drive it anywhere, including cross country. You can find a cheaper Civic, but you may end up spending hundreds or thousands more in just a few weeks/months. I have already had the repair work completed on this car, & I am taking a $2500 loss at $4500. I have all the receipts for work that I had completed here in Asheville. If you have an old guitar that you are able to trade, this could be a ticket for a good car without cash expenses.~ REASONABLE TRADE CONSIDERED for quality GUITAR(s), more preference given to VINTAGE guitars! I am always looking to buy OLD GUITAR models made in USA (CASH PAID!): Gibson, Martin, Fender (some basses and amps too), some Gretsch, Rickenbacker, Guild, Mosrite, etc ... acoustic or electric, any condition!Possible trade for: small items of value like gold, silver, etc.~tags: Toyota, Corolla, Acura, Accord,, Si, hatchback, sedan, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005.~General info about this Honda Civic (seventh generation), 2001 - 2005.The seventh generation of the Honda Civic was released in September 2000 as 2001 model. Compared to its predecessor, it retained similar exterior dimensions, but increased significantly in interior space thus bumping up Civic to a compact car size segment. There was a flat rear floor, giving better comfort to the rear seat passengers. This generation abandoned the front double wishbone suspension, which had been used in the fourth to sixth generations, replacing it with MacPherson strut.At its introduction in 2000, it won the Car of the Year Japan Award for a record fourth time, and it won the Japan Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference Car of the Year award in 2001.A 115 hp (86 kW) engine powered all Civics (except EX and Si), up 9 hp (7 kW) from the previous model. Power in the EX remained at 127 hp (95 kW), and all non-Si engines were stroked to 1.7 liters for North America.
Trim EX Coupe 2 Door