No Reserve: 1991 Acura Integra GS 5-Speed

Visit to Jay Leno’s Garage with my 1992 Integra GS-R
Visit to Jay Leno’s Garage with my 1992 Integra GS-R

No Reserve: 1991 Acura Integra GS 5-Speed

BaT Essentials

  • Chassis: JH4DA9369MS061102
  • 96k Miles
  • 1.8-Liter 16-Valve Four
  • 5-Speed Manual Gearbox
  • Longterm Original Ownership
  • A/C Converted, Serviced June 2017
  • Recent Fuel Filter, Fluids, Tuneup
  • Newer Oil Pan, Valve Cover, Head Gaskets
  • Recent Axles, Boots, Battery
  • Service Records to 1992
  • Original Purchase Documents
  • Accident-Free Carfax Report

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This 1991 Acura Integra is a stock second-generation GS coupe with a 1.8-liter four and 5-speed manual transmission. The car spent its life in Oregon with a single owner for 26 years, followed by a second short-term owner who recently traded it to the seller. Now in Arizona, this example shows just under 96k miles and features a known history from new with extensive service records dating to early 1992. Recent maintenance included a new fuel filter, fluid change, and tune up along with other work detailed below. Original purchase documents are included in the sale, as are an accident-free Carfax and a clean Arizona title in the seller’s name.

Frost White paint is said to present well overall. The seller believes the front bumper cover to have been repainted based on its current condition relative to mileage. Flaws are shown below and include a handful of chips in the nose, small dings, and touched-up scuffs on the right rear bumper cover. No accident history is known or indicated by the Carfax, and the seller is reportedly unable to find evidence of prior bodywork.

Black trim, chrome accents, and glass are said to remain largely unmarred. Plastic lenses are reportedly free of cracks or hazing, and exterior lighting is shown to be functional in the photos below. Directional factory 14″ wheels are said to be in good condition with light hazing and occasional rash. Federal tires were mounted 8k miles ago in May 2015.

The two-tone fabric interior is said to appear lightly used, with wear mostly limited to darkening of the driver’s seat cushion and a tear in the sun visor above. The seller describes an absence of rips, stains, warped plastics, or missing items. Power windows were standard along with a power sunroof, which works as it should and is reportedly free of leaks.

Switchgear and electronics are said to be operational including the air conditioning system, which has been converted to R134a refrigerant and was serviced in June 2017. The factory stereo remains mounted in the center stack and works well along with its power antenna. Just under 96k miles are shown on the odometer, which is said to be accurate. Integras of this era were equipped with motorized seat belts in lieu of airbags.

The 1.8-liter 16-valve four remains stock and runs well without undue leakage or abnormal noises according to the seller. Maintenance is described as up to date, with recent work in June 2017 including a new fuel filter, fluid change, and tune up. The oil pan, valve cover, and cylinder head gaskets were replaced in July 2016, and a new battery was installed several months prior. The timing belt was last replaced in 2013 at 78k mikes along with all other accessory belts.

Shifting is via 5-speed manual transmission, and the seller has driven the car approximately 300 miles. Fresh axle boots were installed in early 2016, and the Carfax shows installation of new axles later that year. Front and rear brakes were last replaced in late 2008 at 65k miles. Underbody photos show condition of the drivetrain, suspension, floors, and rockers.

The Carfax report shows no indications of accidents or title issues. Thefts occurred in March 2015 and in April 2017, both of which reportedly resulted in same-day recovery without damage since the car was not locked on either occasion. No repairs were required and no insurance claims were made according to the seller.

Service records are described as extensive and date to early 1992. Purchase documents from Ron Tonkin Acura are included along with owner’s literature and all three keys. A factory mini-spare and jacking tools are present in the trunk. A new steering wheel locking device will also be included as a future theft deterrent.

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Auction Result

Winning Bid USD $8,100 by Lee2375
Auction Ended July 20, 2017 at 2:37PM PT
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