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Old 29-Apr-2005, 12:56 PM   #21
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Old 29-Apr-2005, 01:47 PM   #22
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Old 21-Jan-2017, 10:47 PM   #23
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As for the si hatches having disc brakes in rear they do. My 94 does and it also doesn't have any rust. 98% original. As for you guys spending a fortune on one ill sell mine 2500$ daily driver 169k miles . 573 413 0553 if you have more questions on the eg hatches. I know just about everything on them
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As for the si hatches having disc brakes in rear they do. My 94 does and it also doesn't have any rust. 98% original. As for you guys spending a fortune on one ill sell mine 2500$ daily driver 169k miles . 573 413 0553 if you have more questions on the eg hatches. I know just about everything on them
Aside from this being a 12 year old thread, these guys were all in Toronto back then. I didn't read thru the thread to see what kinda price they were talking, I paid about 3000 for a 93 eh3 back then and thay was about the going rate in Toronto back then. Keep in mind were talking CAD, convert to USD then abiut the same, not so much right now but then for us to bring one up from the states, adds quiet a bit of cost on top. It's a lot harder to find a clean rust free onen when you live in the snow and salted roads of Ontario.
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