As far as i know from the plates and its wheels, this car is a flood damaged car. The current seller decided not to disclose this with the ad and I'm not blaming this seller for doing so because as always, 'caveat emptor'. Let the buyers beware.
However, the car was regularly serviced before when it was in the hands of the previous owner who kindly acknowledged that it was flood damaged before selling the car.
So, it's just a heads up for potential buyers and I thought this thread would be better on integra section.
OP is giving a quick courtesy warning, providing information on a car that is not readily communicated by the seller. Yes, the car may be perfectly OK to buy, but having been 'flood' damaged, the price should reflect the issue and be disclosed openly by the seller.
That said, not sure how many people out there still buy cars without checking the title, but it can still save people some coin checking or time going to see a car when they 100% don't want one with a title.
I see nothing wrong in what the OP did. The OP provided the information in an unbiased way and noted that the car was regularly serviced and cared for in it's previous owners hands. No further knowledge from then onwards. He does not pretend to know more than he does, and let's the rest of us (especially potential buyers) make the decision on whether it's worth seeing. I know that I wouldn't buy it unless it was much cheaper. Other examples can be had (or pop up often enough) for a similar price and k's without the title.