Understood. Yes, Integras are definitely a "niche" vehicle these days. And those looking for one usually fall into 1 of 2 categories. These buyers are either looking for an inexpensive, semi-high mileage daily driver or a semi-mint, low-mileage collectible. I believe Chloe falls into the latter vehicle type. She is a 13 year old Integra with a free and clear title, original engine and transmission, original brakes, original clutch, original paint with 75,500 miles. That's approximately 5,809 miles per year! As each year passes by, that mileage per year will shrink. And, I am the original owner with the original window sticker and documentation. I would prefer to sell to a discerning buyer who can/will appreciate the beauty that is the "Integra".No need to bump people are seeing it. Amazing car but it is more of a specialty item and may be tough to sell. A guy in my area has been trying to sell his 700hp fully built GSR in mint condition with tons of upgrades for over 3 months. He's dropped the price from 10k down to 7k and still can't sell. It's just tough to sell customized cars unless you find the right buyer. GLWTS.
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