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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-06-2004, 03:23 PM Thread Starter
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Had to postpone...:(

I sold my 1995 Civic and I was planning on buying an S2000. now that I'm finally out of school and started working full-time. I was shocked find out that the monthly insurance on an S2000 would've been around $250/month since I have an 8 month old rear-end accident (my fault).

I decided to postpone the S2K purchase and bought a 2002 Civic Si hatch-back last week. I was amazed by how well it handles/drives for the money I paid for it. I'll post the pictures of my new purchase.
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I sold my 1995 Civic and I was planning on buying an S2000. now that I'm finally out of school and started working full-time. I was shocked find out that the monthly insurance on an S2000 would've been around $250/month since I have an 8 month old rear-end accident (my fault).

I decided to postpone the S2K purchase and bought a 2002 Civic Si hatch-back last week. I was amazed by how well it handles/drives for the money I paid for it. I'll post the pictures of my new purchase.

Sorry bro. 2 more years that should clear your record right up. I've got an 03 Civic EX. I never thought I'd say this but I love it. It's like driving a go cart.

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Bummer dude... Will it really take 2 years Brian??

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Bummer dude... Will it really take 2 years Brian??
that would be my guess. I think those things drop off in 3 years. Age has a lot to do with it though too. When I totalled my bike they didn't even raise my rates.

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