I have a 2003 Honda S2000, that has about 90K miles on it. I plan on selling the car to a private seller in the spring, and I do not intend to it trade-in, but I am conflicted as to whether or not I should fix what’s wrong with it.
The car runs great during normal driving but when I drive it hard, the clutch slips & gears are sometimes missed when shifting. The transmission could use to be gone through, but it’s not as bad as the clutch. If I do the clutch, then I will do the transmission at the same time.
The car comes from Honda with different size tires front and rear. I have 2 sets of wheels & tires, and in both sets, the front tires are in great shape, but the rear tires are worn out. The model tire has been discontinued, and is no longer available.
Other than that, the car is tip-top.
I figure it could cost between $1500-$2000 to do most of the work myself, and a lot more to have someone else do it.
Should I replace the clutch, re-fresh the transmission and install new tires before I sell it?