Thanks man! Ill keep an eye out for everything. As far as I know the timining belt was replaced and then the car sat. Believe it or not this car used to be a shop car for my technical school. I have heard of the 1rst gens having some intresting problems. The nice part is since it was a shop car all of those problems were fixed before i got the car. Ill keep the window tint in mind for sure. I think that may be my next thing.The B20 engine in your CR-V has a timing belt, not a timing chain. It has to be changed every 100,000 miles.
I would also change the fuel filter. I believe it's in the engine compartment on the firewall to the right of the battery as you're standing in front of the vehicle and facing the engine.
I would also considering having the windows tinted. It makes a huge difference in the temperature inside the car, which means the A/C doesn't have to work as hard.
I see that the "H" symbols in the center of your wheels are pretty faded. The center caps are plastic, so check them for wear and fading. If you think they look "ugly" you can buy new ones, but they're about US $40 for each cap.
I had a 1999 Milano Red CR-V that the "H" symbols were really bad. I bought a new "H" and then used it as a template to cut out a set of H's from red reflective tape.
Do you have the maintenance records? When was the last time the brake fluid was changed? Did they also change the fluid in the clutch system at the same time? There's a clutch master cylinder that's activated by the clutch pedal with it's own fluid reservoir, and tubes that run to the clutch slave cylinder on the transmission. The clutch system also uses brake fluid, so it needs to be changed every 3 years, just like the brake fluid.
Welcome, and it's nice to see such a nice looking 1st Gen CR-V!