No Reserve: 1999 Acura Integra GS-R
No Reserve: 1999 Acura Integra GS-R
Winning Bid: $7,800 (USD) by:
This 1999 Acura Integra GS-R is finished in blue over a black leather interior and is powered by a 1.8-liter VTEC four-cylinder paired with a five-speed manual transaxle. The car originated in Santa Monica, California where it resided until being relocated to Arizona in late 2019. Equipment includes optional OEM aero kit, power moonroof, and front and rear stabilizer bars. This Integra is now offered with a CARFAX report, window sticker, extra keys, touch-up paint, service records, the original California license plates, and a sales brochure, on a clean Arizona title in the seller’s name.
The car is finished in Super Sonic Blue Pearl (B90P) and has been had some prior body and paint work on some panels, with paint mismatch showing in certain lighting. The left rear quarter panel and rear hatch were missing VIN stickers and replicas have been fitted in those areas. The remaining 6 VIN stickers are present from the factory. The car is equipped with the optional underbody lip kit on the front and sides, and factory mud guards in the rear. It also has optional fog lamps and the GS-R standard rear wing spoiler with integrated LED brake lamp. The front bumper cover shows some orange peeling and chips.
Factory 15” diamond-cut “blade” wheels are mounted to near-new Atlas G-Force 195/55 tires on all four corners. Some of the wheels have light curb rash. The car has four-wheel disc brakes and four-wheel double-wishbone suspension.
The interior is fitted with black carpeting and black leather seats, and the dash has a factory AM/FM/CD head unit with six speakers and a power antenna. The seller indicates that the CD player function does not operate. The leather seats are in good condition. The ignition was also changed under prior ownership, and the car uses separate keys for the doors and for the ignition. There is a donut spare and OEM jack kit in the rear hatch, and the hatch struts were recently replaced. The steering wheel is leather-wrapped.
Instrumentation includes a 160-mph speedometer and a 10k-rpm tachometer from an Integra Type-R gauge cluster. The six-digit odometer reads 137k miles, but due to the cluster change, true mileage is unknown. The seller indicates that based upon CARFAX mileage history the miles are believed to be about 147k currently.
The inline-four 1.8-liter B18 16-valve VTEC engine is original to the vehicle and unmodified. It was factory rated at 170 horsepower when new. Maintenance within the last year has been comprehensive, including replacement of the timing belt and water pump with factory parts, a valve adjustment, new driver side window switch and motor, new spark plug wires, and a change of fluids and filters. The seller indicates that the car does burn and leak some oil, and there is a vibration around 3,000 rpm. Power is sent to the front wheels via a five-speed manual transaxle with limited-slip differential (LSD) which is believed to be a replacement unit from an Integra Type-R.
Additional photos showing the underside are available in the gallery.
The original window sticker lists an MSRP of $22,555 including destination and handling. The CARFAX report shows California ownership since new, with consistent registration renewals and emissions checks. The car failed California emissions but subsequently passed in Arizona in November 2020. The sale includes an original window sticker, extra keys, touch-up paint, service records, the original California license plates, and a sales brochure.