So I suppose its about time I start this thread. This lil gem had a very interesting and long life before me. 1986 Honda Civic Wagon (Wagovan). I purchased the car from a guy who was planning on sending it to the junkyard (glad he didnt) for a whopping $300 bucks. When I picked up the car it had a distributor that was... oh how do I put this... toast. I was told to take it for a test drive with a booster pack hooked up to the battery so the engine wouldn't die (Facepalm). Not the most proud moment of my life but I've had worse. So $100 bucks later she was ready for the road. Now all that was left was to go to the DMV to get it registered, easy enough right??? Not in the slightest. When I bought the car I was handed a signed CLEAN Minnesota title issued in 2012. When I took it to the DMV they informed me that the car was totalled in 2003......... and in 2007, so it was given a salvaged title in the state of New Mexico (little did I know the car was from the south). Apparently someone at the Minnesota DMV screwed up a title transfer in 2012 and gave it a clean title. So at the end of the day who do you think has to pay for that mistake??? The only logical solution is me of course. Thankfully I didnt have to get the car inspected, but what I did get was a beautiful salvage title issued in the state of Wisconsin. oh well could be worse it was only $300 bucks. After that ordeal everything was on the right page. I put my old wheels from the NX on the car 16" konig kaitens, which barely cleared the shocks. Now on the chopping block this month is lowering and painting. Parts have been ordered and hopefully will be here in a timely matter so I can start.
Day I bought it