SUMMER IS HERE!
Yes, that's right, the beautiful British summer has landed. And you're on AS because you like cars, no?
Well here's the ideal* summer runabout!
1993 Honda Prelude 2.0i automatic
- 107,000 miles
- MOT to 23/8/18
- minimal rust
- very clean!
This is a good car, and it excels at being just that; a car. It's smooth, it's fast, it stops, it turns, blah blah. At the end of the day, it's just like any other '90s Honda, but less practical.
Made in Japan, this car has such luxuries as:
-an alarm that doesn't work (remote central locking does though);
-electric windows, mirrors, aerial and sunroof;
-automatic gearbox with sport mode;
-four nearly new Evergreen tyres;
-new Monroe front springs, and KYB shocks;
-full size spare tyre;
-14" official Honda accessory alloy wheels; and
-a boot spoiler.
The 2.0 SOHC Honda F-series engine makes 130bhp, as also found in the Rover 600. It's great on the motorway.
Cambelt has been done at some point as it's wearing a Gates belt, not sure when, mind. IIRC these are non-interference anyway.
The car has MOT to August 23rd, and I see no reason it wouldn't fly through another. The trailing ends of the rear arches have some paint bubbling, but for a Honda product of its age it's minimal. The car is very presentable, and while not perfect, it's incredibly honest. It has been resprayed in the original colour at some point in its life.
There are a couple of small paint marks and a couple of scuffs on one or two of the wheels, but that's as far as it goes.
Selling as it's one in one out.
In light of there being quite a few fourth-gen Preludes on eBay at the moment, two of which are in Lancs, I've priced this competitively at £900 firm.
As ever the car's in Stalybridge, Greater Manchester. Delivery may be possible for train fare home (I have a Railcard so 1/3 off).
Will consider a £15 roffle if there is interest.