1989 Acura Legend L
Price: - Item location: Lexington, Kentucky, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Acura
- Model: Legend
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: L
- Year: 1989
- Mileage: 179,562
- VIN: Jh4ka3262kc003717
- Color: Red
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Transmission: Automatic
- Drive type: FWD
- Interior color: Tan
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1989 Acura Legend LI hate selling this car that I said 100 times I'd keep it forever, but I just can't justify it anymore.
It's been a fun car and I LOVE to drive it, but it needs a new owner as I just don't have the space for it.
I'm the 2nd owner.1st owner had it from new and he bought it from his company in Tampa, FL The first 5 years as a company car it was driven 86,000 miles, the next 19 years he drove it as a personal car he drove it 81,000 miles, I've had it 3 1/2 years and have driven it 9900 miles. The first owner's brother-in-law took possession (never re-titled) for 3 months in Indianapolis after the first owner was deported.
I don't need help selling it and in no rush to sell. . . it'd be nice to sell quickly of course, but I'm no where near desperate.Here's the service history since I've owned it not including regular oil changes:
6-6-14 169,944miles Timing Belt, Water pump, Driver CV boot, oil gaskets7-6-14 169,959miles Alternator and tires balanced4-18-15 172,527miles New etextiming belt, water pump, cooling fan, vacuum hoses, transmission line (I was on the way to Los Angeles and the head gasket blew at the Kansas/Missouri state line. I made it to Denver where the Acura dealer diagnosed the blown head gasket)8-16-17 178,378miles Transmission replaced(started to slip on a trip to Atlanta, GA September 2016 and sat in my garage for the next 11 months)1-2-18 179500Replacement transmission started slipping.
I have ALL the service records from myself and the first owner and a gasoline log since I've had it. Included with sale will be a brand new in box set of replacement Bosch wiper blades, new in box air filter, and numerous extra parts to do an automatic climate control changeover.
THE GOOD:4 Michelin tires are still in good shapedoes not overheat at allpaint still shines with a few blemishes typical of a 29 year old carinterior still smells like new leather / never smoked innever driven in snowIt carries antique/classic car tags that are $0.63 per year that is paid through 12-31-18.Clean title in my name.
THE ANNOYING:Driver's side master window switch doesn't roll the passenger windows up, but the passenger side switches are fine. (All 4 go down fine)Anti-Lock Brakes don't work and have never worked since I've owned it. It's likely the ABS pump that notoriously goes bad on these. I drive it like a grandpa and never drove it in the winter, so it's never been an issue. I actually owned it for about 18 months before I even realized they didn't work.
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I'm willing to arrange shipping at your expense or can meet at LEX airport and you can drive it home. I'd be confident driving it several hundred miles, but take into consideration the weather and the fact that the transmission is NOT at 100%.