I was driving to work one morning and the car just staled, after waiting hours to be towed by a flatbed truck and sending it to a shop, I received a call that my timing belt broke. Which was not terrifying to hear but that the shop continued to say I needed a new engine and the car dead due to it being an "Interference engine". Now I've never heard this before but can this happen to a 1991 Honda Civic Wagon 1.6L 4wd? I found this list and I don't see my car. I have been calling multiple shops and figuring out if I can still save my baby.
After 2hrs and a new belt, the car started up as if nothing happened. However let my mistake serve as a reminder for others with interference motors. Just change your belt, I will not make this kind of gamble again. Thanks everyone with the great information!