For Sale: Arshaad’s 1995 Legend LS Coupe 6-Speed Cayman White Pearl

Every once in a while, I’ll help a friend sell a special car.  This one is worth a post.

I’m about to load up my car (which car, you’ll find out later) and head to San Diego tomorrow for the weekend.

In the meantime, here is a car you might want to buy:

Arshaad’s 1995 Acura Legend LS Coupe 6-Speed

  • VIN JH4KA8170SC001147
  • 3.2 Liter Type II 230 HP
  • Cayman White Pearl on Type F Ivory Interior
  • 167,000 Miles
  • Long Island, New York
  • $10,000

He has a Google Drive with about 40 pictures, a copy of the Carfax, and the maintenance log.

In the last 2,000 miles alone it’s had over $7k spent in cosmetic & mechanical restoration, shown below.


Recent Service History






Front Seat Refresh




Mechanical Overhaul – Timing belt, water pump, thermostat, tensioner, drive belts, front & rear brake rotors & pads, caliper rebuilds, alignment, A/C compressor rebuild, power steering switch




Full Fluid Change




Clutch Slave Cylinder




New Tire Set




ABS Module + Suspension





Known issues:

– Radio display does not fully illuminate
– Acura CD Changer not working
– OEM Rear deck speakers need to be refurbished
– Power Antenna does not go up and down
– Windshield washer pump has low output power
– Wood Grain on Shift Console Cracking


7 Responses to “For Sale: Arshaad’s 1995 Legend LS Coupe 6-Speed Cayman White Pearl”

  1. wow – this looks like a great car for someone in the market – (we’re not..) but he restored this gem nicely – and there are lots of years to enjoy for whoever gets it – I will bookmark this post in case I run into someone interested

  2. That Legend looks gorgeous- especially appreciate the detailed records. Hopefully, someone will snatch it up and give it a good home!

  3. Wow. This car is in amazing condition. I love the white on tan combo. So incredibly classy.

  4. Are those seats all leather or just the seating surfaces? It looks like the entire seat, both the seating surfaces and the sides are leather. Some cars have only leather seating surfaces while the sides are leatherette.

  5. Trevor Kinzer Says:

    That is soooo tempting.

  6. Interested

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