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nephew selling prelude

Discussion in 'NorthEast' started by number9, Oct 1, 2004.

  1. number9

    number9 Senior Member

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    1990
    Prelude
    brakes suck
    paint sucks (green, painted with a paint brush)
    140,000 miles (?)
    good wheels
    runs pretty good
    windshield cracked
    it's registered right now

    $500

    mattrutan@yahoo.com

    he's moving to florida - soon.
     
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    I think S.
     
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    Nephew Junior Member

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    aww, come on it's not all that bad. Car is an S with 2.0 funky dual carburators in the back. Got not much balls (maybe 100 horse) but handles most excelent. I drove it from old saybrook to somers 3-5 times a week for the last 2 months 60 miles each way. Body is also full of bondo. e-mail me and I can send you some pictures if your interested.
     
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    TurboMirage YEEAAAHHH VIP

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    OMG dude you are my hero. i love your membername.

    autox on sunday? chip is the man. you should come check it out!
     
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    Nephew,

    Welcome aboard honda-swap. You should bring the lude to Bristol to show off your paint job.
    A real Rembrandt.

    Uncle
     
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    Celerity Well-Known Member

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    Would this car be good for my mom, who lives another state away from me, and needs to get to work?

    Reliable ? Not going to kill her ?

    -> Steve

    Post up pics.
     
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    You'll have to e-mail him for the pix. I don't have them.

    Regarding your mom..... Do you like her?

    1) If yes, you might not want this car (read the post about the brakes)
    2) If no, then this car is for you - or her.

    Personally, I think it's a steal for $500. Plus it's already registered, so I believe a transfer would avoid an inspection (not sure about this). It's certainly a good beater - especially for autocross (fix the brakes first). The thing corners quite well.
     
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    So you've driven it then? :)
     
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    No, I was following him one day.... Aren't you due for another Honda, Martine?
     
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    Always Chip... but I prefer EG civic hatches and GSR sedans, and I would buy another hatch from the 70's. Also on my to-buy-list is an BMW 325ix (I saw a wonderful 88 in white a few weeks ago) and Matt's buying his dad's 89 M3 in a year.
     
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