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Old 10-05-2018, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by EuroBoutique View Post
The car is now back, good as new!

https://sacramento.craigslist.org/ct...705044948.html


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Up for sale is my 2008 Apex Blue Pearl Honda S2000 CR or Club Racer.
Only 699 were made for the United States.
The car overall looks and drives great.
This car is daily driven so miles will go up over time.
This CR is #185 created.
I am the Second Registered Owner. The car is fully registered and registration is paid until August 2019.
I am selling my car because I need a new car to commute to Napa and I will not allow myself to put unnecessary miles on an S2000 especially CR edition.

It has a Tanabe Medalion Touring Exhaust (Which is fully street legal)
Custom stereo head and speakers
K&N Filter Swap (Still basically stock)
Has AP2 V1 rims on it (which personally I think look better)

Call or Text (Text Preferred): (9l6)9l7-82O8
Gained a soft top and AP2 v1 wheels
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Old 10-07-2018, 07:57 PM
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Has no hardtop, no Cr seats, no Cr door panels, no CR wheels and a rebuilt title for $24k..... no thanks.

and the seller isn’t mentioning this in the ad...

the front bumper paint job is laughable, and can’t even bother to purchase the tow hook cover piece.... good lord, sad to see

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Old 10-11-2018, 08:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Deckoz View Post
lol so much this^

People buying ap1s & ap2s for in the 20s. In good condition.. but a wrecked cr with no cr stuff lol.. wow
This car may be missing a lot of original parts, but what it's not missing, is that it is a CR. Lots of Integra's out there, but the Type R's are the ones commanding and getting big bucks. Same here. No matter the condition, some people will and do pay a premium for a limited edition of anything. Put the car back to what it was and no regular S will come close to the price it would command. Sometimes people have a hard time seeing the obvious.
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Old 10-12-2018, 09:02 AM
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Originally Posted by silvio1522 View Post
This car may be missing a lot of original parts, but what it's not missing, is that it is a CR. Lots of Integra's out there, but the Type R's are the ones commanding and getting big bucks. Same here. No matter the condition, some people will and do pay a premium for a limited edition of anything. Put the car back to what it was and no regular S will come close to the price it would command. Sometimes people have a hard time seeing the obvious.
Rebuilt/salvage title negates that.
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Originally Posted by sam_spider View Post
Rebuilt/salvage title negates that.
You're probably right. I guess it would be a deterrent to most people laying out that kind of money. Forgot the other thing it had was a rebuilt title. Not a good thing, no matter, the car.
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Originally Posted by silvio1522 View Post
This car may be missing a lot of original parts, but what it's not missing, is that it is a CR. Lots of Integra's out there, but the Type R's are the ones commanding and getting big bucks. Same here. No matter the condition, some people will and do pay a premium for a limited edition of anything. Put the car back to what it was and no regular S will come close to the price it would command. Sometimes people have a hard time seeing the obvious.
if you bought cr parts from honda you're going to spend well over $10k to get it looking like an original cr, and then there is still the rebuilt title.
and even if you could source used parts over the next few years, you're looking at
$4,000+ for a hardtop
$1200+ for CR wheels
$500+ for door cards
$1500+ for seats
$500+ for center console

In my opinion, this car is worth the exact same value as a regular salvaged title ap2, personally i feel the lack of almost all the CR parts negates it being a CR in a way.
Although for a potential buyer, having only 29k miles is a positive.

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