Oh..... I didnt realize I could post pics already to the forum but here she is as we were taking delivery on it from the dealer. Our model didnt come with the fog lights but I just HAD to have em.
She was a 97. All original, no mods ever. We owned her for 10 years with very little problems., what year was the prelude you traded in ??
Yeah actually that was a major issue for us. Mrs didn't want to give up her baby. She considered it the best car she ever owned. Giving her up was tough.Nothing can ever replace a beloved Prelude. Had one myself, and still miss her.
That's all we can hope for when giving up our prized possessions. There's that, and hopefully one day we'll be able to see it again driving down the road somewhere in the near same condition lolYeah actually that was a major issue for us. Mrs didn't want to give up her baby. She considered it the best car she ever owned. Giving her up was tough.
She was comforted somewhat to hear that some guys in the shop at the dealership were all over it. So, it looks like rather running it off to the auction, it probably went to somebody that has a real appreciation for what that car is.
I know what you mean, had the previous gen and the gen shown in the picture posted earlier and it's just about one of my favorite Honda's to come out next to the S2000. Too bad Honda doesn't make them like that any more.Nothing can ever replace a beloved Prelude. Had one myself, and still miss her.
I can see why that was. When we first got that car, I was just amazed at how much power could be pushed out of a 4 cylinder engine. For overall quickness it was hard to beat. It ran best when you drove it like you stole it 0Guys loved the H22 engine so much they even swapped it into just about anything they can.