I bought this sad the paint stripped '88 Integra 1.6 DOHC 5-speed from a neighbor after he listed it on Ebay & didn't get a bid. Not pretty after he had sanded off most of its paint thinking of painting it magenta for his daughter, since previous owners had damaged it and replaced a headlamp & frt guard, while bonnet & rear 1/4 window still badly needed replacement. Otherwise it appeared rust-free & straight. He'd paid $300 for it needing a gearbox which he'd replaced, along with a new clutch. The car being 270,000 km old but has aquired another engine somewhere along the line and having evidently had a boyracer owner fit stereo & alloy wheels stripped from it, stickers, crudely cut-down gearshift & an obvious oversized s/steel muffler remaining after it came off the road 4 years previous.I had long been tempted to find a dead one for an alternative DOHC injected drivetrain for my '79 Accord (or '81 Prelude which might be easier) since the Integra is the Accord hatchbacks obvious successor. Or perhaps waiting until newer B18 options become more affordable. Or even an injected A20 from a 3rd gen Accord which might have a more torquey character/gearing closer to the 1.6l Accords original willing & flexible if a little underpowered character. Though being sentimental about killing cars (& curious about Integra) I knew I'd probably end up trying to fix it in spite of too many other projects. Predictably I sourced another bonnet from pick-a-part wreckers when on sale for $25(!) & missing speakers & their grilles & mountings, and I already had a few spare factory Integra alloy wheels stashed away but wasn't about to rush in to it expending time & money with other projects on the go.Then few months later a friend called me up saying he'd been offered its lost twin extremely cheaply from a car-yard customer of his... This faded red '88 needing a water pump amongst other things...They'd not had any interest in it & didn't want to invest more money sorting it out.