1980 Honda Prelude
I have decided to sell my beloved little car, Penny. She's been good to me, but I now need something more practical. She is super fun to drive (sunroof!) and is great on gas, not to mention a Classic. This was Honda's first foray into the sports car world and features their bulletproof CVCC engine. It's a rare car and gets alot of attention. For being a 37 year old car it's in as good a shape as a car can be. It's about 90% perfect. There is some clear coat peeling off on a small portion of the non driver side front fender, and some very minor dents here and there. The Windshield has two very small chips that have been fixed. tachometer is stuck in place as well. This just happened and I haven't had a chance to look into it yet, but I am sure it's an easy fix. The good news though is that the car only has 119,000 miles. She will have another 100,000 in it easily. In the past 2 years the car has gotten a new (rebuilt) carburetor, 2 new CV joints, New belts including the timing belt, and new brakes. It has been well maintained. Regular oil changes, (synthetic) carb cleaner and tune ups. Runs and shifts smooth and probably will for a long time. The front seats were replaced by the previous owner from a set out of a newer model Prelude and the rear seat has had a cover on it from the time I purchased it. I would not hesitate to drive Penny across the country tomorrow. After market stereo system with CD player and audio jack, other than that she is bone stock.