Check out Page 3 of my site for a list of performance parts for the g1 teg. They're only really for reference, since I don't have prices, or where to find them.I've owned this car since November of 2002 when I received it as a graduation present from my parents. They owned the vehicle for about 4 years before they finally gave it to me after no one really drove it, except for me when I was going to high school. I've owned the vehicle for about a two years now, and when I first got it, that's when I first started to get into cars. After that, my interest in cars turned into obsession, which is where I am today.Here's a little history on my vehicle:It's a Red 1987 Acura Integra LS, american model. My vehicle was brought over to Canada in 1998. It has 225,000 miles on the odometer; that's approximately 360,000km. The speedometer and odometer didn't work for a while, so I figure she has approx. 375,000km. So she finally blew at 375,000km, and I have a few plans for her. I'm going to send her to a friend of mine for bodywork on the front end first, and then going to drop in the cheap answer to a blown engine: ZC, which is now installed. ;) I sold this vehicle December 2004, and the new owner says it's still a happy, reliable daily driver!A little history on the Integra:It all began in 1985, with the JDM Integra released to the public of Japan. In 1986, it was brought over to North America as one of the first Acura products on the market. This vehicle is forgotten to the world, because it was one of the first Acuras to be produced, and sold in the North American countries. From 1986 to 1987, the Acura Integra RS (non-painted bumpers), and Acura Integra LS (painted bumpers, sunroof, A/C, Cruise Control, EQ), had 113 hp from a 1.6L 16 valve DOHC engine with 9.3:1 compression ratio. The engine of the 1988 to 1989 Integras, compression was raised .2:1, and the engine was changed to a more electronic setup, bringing the horsepower up to 118. In addition to small engine changes, fog lights were added to the front bumper, and the dash had a more rounded look.With McPherson struts in the front, a semi-independant spring suspension in the rear, 4-wheel disc brakes, and Fuel Injection, this vehicle seemed to cut no corners when it came to quality. Considering the era it was built, it had great fuel economy, getting 25/31 mpg in the automatic, and 26/30 mpg in the manual. This vehicle, when it came onto the market, was high quality but was unfortunately neglected until the 2nd generation of Integra was released.Now, for some pictures of my work in progress. There are a few rust spots, but amazingly enough, almost no rust compared to most vehicles this age. The vehicle is from Florida, so unfortunately, there is sun damage and damage from the pollution on my car.