kirik wrote:06 Honda Civic.
I'd be dumping it and trading up on a good USED newer car at that mileage. Chances are your timing chains and/or camshafts are going to go at that mileage unless it was well taken care of using full synthetic motor oils for its entire life.
Brakes are easy to replace if you have the know-how and the tools, but A/C work like a blown compressor takes much more time, and to do it legally you have to recycle the R-134a Freon (the gas that transfers the heat). Clutches are no big deal, but thing is you need to get the car way off the ground with a lift or hoist, which most people dont have, so that you can drop the trans-axle out and replace the clutch, clutch bearing and maybe even the flywheel as well.
Might even need new CV joints/axles too, if there are any leaks, clacking or sloppy movement. Too, at that age your fuel pump located in the fuel tank is going to be on its last legs, and it gonna be about $700 to replace it in an auto shop.
The older cars with rear wheel drive were much easier to work on then a traverse FWD motor that is in most cars these days. Hell I could swap out a water pump on a RWD GM V8 or Inline 6 Cylinder motor in under an hour easy, back in the day. Now you have to pull off the right wheel, fender inlay and other things to put a water pump and a new serpentine
belt on a transverse motor, which all but high performance rear wheel drive cars, and full sized pickup trucks come with, nowadays.