The Honda engines that power the Honda Accord are becoming harder to find on eBay, according to a seller.
The seller, who goes by the handle “Nerd,” says he’s sold some of the 6.5L Honda engine in a couple of auctions, but he’s still missing a few of the six cylinder engines.
He says he purchased the engine at an auction and then decided to sell it on eBay.
The engine, he said, is in good shape and that he’s seen it for sale on other auction sites.
“I’m pretty happy with it,” he said.
“If you go and look around the internet, you’ll find lots of people saying the 6-liter engine is bad.
And it’s not.
The 6-cylinder engine is great, and it’s been my favorite Honda engine for a long time.”
Weeks after the Honda engines first appeared on eBay a few years ago, he began to notice a problem.
“The engine was getting way too hot,” he says.
“It was starting to smoke a lot, and the exhaust fumes started getting really bad.
I started to see some weird blue stuff on the hood of the car.
I called my wife and said, ‘Do you smell it?’
She said, No, I’m really not, and she went and took the engine apart.
She took the cylinder heads out, and then the camshafts.
And then I saw a lot of plastic bits, and a lot more.
It was in a garage, and I thought, Oh my God. “
I was really shocked.
It was in a garage, and I thought, Oh my God.
She looked at me and was like [in disbelief], ‘I thought you said you weren’t going to do this.’
And then she was just so relieved to see the engine that she just started tearing it apart and tearing apart the engine.
It turned out that it was a 6-litre, which was not bad for a Honda.
So, it’s basically not a good idea to have that on the car,” he told The Washington Post. “
They had the cooling system shut off, which meant that the air was going through a vacuum chamber.
So, it’s basically not a good idea to have that on the car,” he told The Washington Post.
“So, I had to just replace it, which took about six hours.
I didn’t want to wait another couple of days for that to cool off, because then I’d have to replace the radiator, and that would be another five or six hours of work.”
The engine had been sitting in the garage for several months.
And when it was replaced, the vacuum chamber was damaged and the engine wasn’t running well, so he took the vacuum and cleaned it out.
“But then I found a lot in the car that were still burning,” he added.
“There were parts of the engine where the oil was running and it was leaking, and they were very hot.”
The seller decided to clean the engine out, but instead of replacing the engine, the seller decided he would have to leave it.
“My wife got really pissed off, and started screaming at me for leaving it in there.
And I had no choice but to just leave it,” said the seller.
“And then I started thinking, ‘Why do I have to do that?
Why can’t I just do the right thing and just keep it in the trunk?'”
The seller says he contacted Honda, and after several phone calls, he finally got Honda to come clean up.
The Honda spokesperson confirmed the engine was being repaired, and said the engine would be sent back to the seller as soon as possible.
However, the Honda spokesperson said that the Honda engine is still a very valuable part of the Honda Civic, and would not be returning to the garage as long as the Honda seller is not paying for it.
If you want to find a Honda Civic with an engine, check out the Honda parts page.