Accords still had five-digit odometers in 1979, so we can't tell how many miles are on this one.
If we are to judge by such clues as the comprehensively tattered interior and cables-with-turnbuckles used to keep the driver's seat in place, a safe bet for this car's mileage would be 395,490, rather than the 95,490 indicated.
The 1.75-liter CVCC straight-four in this car was rated at 72 horsepower. That was enough, because curb weight was so low, at 2,024 pounds, that this car was in danger of floating away when not chained to a parking meter.
In 1979, the plumbing needed to make the then-amazing CVCC engine pass the tough California emissions test wasn't so complicated. Fast-forward five years, however, and the vacuum-line diagram for the CVCC Hondas resembled a map of the universe. It could be worse, though.
This particular car came loaded with options. The final owner enjoyed a bit of Inter-Synthellite on the cassette deck.
Because life isn't always a simple Sunday drive.