The fifth-gen Honda Prelude was well received in its time, and this particular car might be the best example currently out there.
It was built in 1997 and, according to the eBay online auction, which ends this Saturday, November 2, has only 5,082 miles (8,179 km) on the odometer.
Moreover, according to the listing, it sat in a heated garage since new, has never been driven in the rain and has no dents, chips or scratches. Furthermore, the vendor claims that nobody has ever sat in the back and, as expected, the car is all-original, except for the projector headlights installed at the dealer when it was new.
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This Prelude SH packs a 2.2-liter VTEC four hooked up to a five-speed manual transmission. It also features double-wishbone suspension on all four corners, front and rear stabilizer bars, variable assisted power steering, 16-inch alloy wheels still shod in the original tires and a wide range of options such as air conditioning, cruise control, leather steering wheel and a power sunroof.
The car is offered at no reserve and, at the time of writing, 27 bids have raised the price to $13,555. The vendor said that he’s willing to sell it immediately for $25,000 and he can ship it to the Americas, Europe, Asia and even Australia. Should you want to see it in person, you’ll have to contact the man who has held on to it for the last 22 years and take a trip to Tacoma, Washington. Nonetheless, the massive image gallery right below should give you a good impression of what to expect.