1996 Honda Prelude 2.0 (4th Gen)

2.0 manual 4th Gen Hereford supplied to husband & wife owners from new showing just 75,000 miles in lovely unmolested order - a rare find

Supplied new by Steels of Hereford in July 1996, this smart 4th Generation Honda Prelude coupe is finished in Bordeaux Red with contrasting grey cloth/velour interior and sits on its original 14inch steel wheels with plastic hubcaps which must surely be something of a rarity.

Powered here by the 2.0 litre fuel injected F20A4 inline SOHC 4-cylinder engine which develops 131bhp driving the front wheels via 5-speed manual transmission.

The car has covered just 75,452 miles in the hands of its 2-owners from new who were husband and wife. In remarkable condition for its age, the spec features that ever-so-cool wrap around half digital, half analogue dash with the original radio/cassette player, electric tilt and slide steel sunroof, electric mirrors, electric windows with auto for the driver’s and 2+2 seating for 4.

Starting promptly and appearing to run as it should the car felt light and nimble with dashing 90’s good looks and that large, rounded derriere with usefully accommodating boot.

The history file includes the V5C, the owner’s pack and service book with 5 stamps, the last in June 1999 at 24,937 miles, 2 keys and current MOT valid until July 2022 with no advisories recorded.

Ready to be enjoyed, these 90’s Japanese cars are in strong demand with a cult following and we expect the bidding to be exciting given its enticing estimate, unmolested nature, low mileage and 2-owner status.

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Reg No: P170BVJ
Chassis Number: JHMBB31400C400238
Engine Number: F20A4-9500239
Engine Size: 1997
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 5 stamps; 2 keys; current MOT July 2022 with no advisories

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 70

Lot ended

Thursday 05/08/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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