Yeah true as far as pictures are concerned, but I shall post them and add it to my rides on PW when I get my hands on my DSLR which is in another city at the moment.
Other than that, I understand that I will have to sell the car keeping the market in view, having said that, usually a lot of people don't actually take care of cars like we do, I guess. I for one did not wait for anything majorly wrong to happen to the car (like my friends :)) before it went to Honda South (KHI) but always changed parts of the car as soon as I found something was slightly out e.g. slight bumps felt in shocks, Honda said no need to change them, they will work for a time, I said no, just get it over with. So things like that. Therefore slightly jacking the price for the car, I guess should be ok for people who want to get their hands on a car which is old but nevertheless reliable and mechanically sound. They will check the car and I am sure they can't find a single mechanical fault in it coz it's always been the way it was e.g. no mods, no CNG ever, no spacers, nothing changed from the default things apart from the tyres which I just had to get my hands on the 205/65R15 to nullify the issue of the car hitting every speed breaker with more than 2 people in the car.
On the other note, no I haven't hit balochistan with this as yet. Apparently I wouldn't want to either because for that I'll need to be 100% sure as the roads are very nice (Coastal Highway and all) but there aren't many fuel stations, workshops, cities on the way so I can't risk that with a car which is touching the 10 year old mark. Even with a brand new car which hasn't done 5000Km as yet, I wouldn't risk it on that road, probably because I've had a bad experience with my brand new 2016 civic (9th Gen) which just shut down on the main road while it was driving and refused to come back on and had to be towed to Honda (odo was about 300km). 4 times the battery was changed before they actually checked the car itself to see what in the world is going on.