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My wife has been the proud owner of a 1990 Civic Shuttle for the past 6 years. She loves the car, but it is starting to feel it's age even though it only has 65k on the clock (clutch problems). I'm just wanting some advice from members as to whether you think it is worth fixing (she has some sentimental attachment to the car and would hate to think of it going to scrap, but at the same time we can only really keep it if we think it is going to be economical to do so).
 

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only you can make this desicion based on what its worth to you finacially , how is the body work ie. wire worm
does it run well apart from the clutch obviously
the car its self is worth nothing in the market but thats not whats its about to you
sorry its not a straight answer but its your choice and situation that decides the fate of your car :)
 

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if the car is worth nothing you have got to buy a whole new car. as in money. it could cost £300-500 to fix the clutch depending on where you go. if the car is in really good condition for its age. what engine size is it? we could tell you if its worth keeping as we have seen many hondas do 150k+ easily.
 
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