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Old 09-27-2007, 09:25 PM
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Icon5 my fellow 3rd gen lude-atics

this is not a tech question, but more a personal one. Asside from its flat out awesome angular looks, great handling, speed and out right fun to drive, why did you pick a 3rd gen lude?
For me, I was just looking for something in-expensive to buy and drive for a work car. I saw this car setting in a friends yard, liked it, and bought it for $500, thinking that all it needed was a head gasket. It was not run-able when he hauled it over. As I got into the engine I found it needed a full overhaul and other repairs. But its worth it. Absolutely the most fun ride I've ever owned.
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well my dad got an 88 lude for 1500 after he's 90 mazda mx-6 got totaled. he let me drive it a couple times and i pretty much fell in love with it. and since i was driving the mx-6 when it got totaled i was waiting for my insurance check. while i was waiting for my insurance check i was looking around in the local classifieds and on craigslist and found the one i own now, a 1991 Si w/ the b21a1. i watched it on craigslist for about a month until i got my insurance check and when i got my check me and my dad went and checked it out. and now everything else is history!.. i love my 3rd gen lude!.. now im 3rdGenCrazy!!! lol
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Hrm... well, my SVX has been in storage, but I need a daily... my wife has been rocking our 89 accord LX with 256,000 miles for the past few years, and I inherited a 92 accord EX. I hate that car. It drives like a big, stupid, heavy piece of crap, and it's an automatic. Then the brakes got bad, and it has quite possible the dumbest brake system ever developed.... bearings OVER rotors. It makes a simple rotor replacement job require a press, a puller, and all sorts of stupid crap. That was the last straw. I started looking for a new car, and I've always like this style of prelude. I found one on craigslist, it was in fantastic condition since it's been stored the previous 7 years on jackstands inside a garage, and it has a crapload of new parts. @ $1600 it was a steal. It outhandles my SVX easily, and is nearly as fast. Fantastic little car. After putting in a new CD player and some pioneer 4 ways, it is a superb commuter. Cheap parts. Reliable. Fun to drive.

I suppose what got me into this style though was some website about a black prelude... it had an H22 and a turbo. Porsche style wheels. It was completely redone, and super super super badass. Anybody know which prelude I'm talking about?
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First saw one at the dealership in 1991 or 1990, cant remember. My cousin was buying a Civic hatchback. I drooled over a white ALB model, sat in it, pretended i was driving it(i was 11 at the time).

At age 15, i saved enough money to cover a used one. My dad went to put a downpayment on a black 1991 Si. He changed his mind later that day and i didn't get it

At age 25 my barber was selling a 1990 Si, just sitting in his back parking lot over the winter. March or so came around, i got my income tax return and VoilĂ*! i bought it. The rest, is history...


I love this car. It looks so good, so timeless. It handles like a dream. I almost shtted myself after the first corner in this car...the confidence in making sharp corners at high speeds is unreal. My old Integra LS never could handle like this at all...in fact, next to the Integra type R, i have to admit this is the best handling FF car ever produced in the world. I mean, back in 88, this car outhandled Porches, Ferrari's, Lambo's & Corvettes!! how sick is that?!
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Changed jobs and I needed a car cheaper on gas than my 2006 F-150. Had to be something inexpensive to buy and maintain so Honda was my only choice - my 90 lude is the 8th Honda between my wife and I. Was looking at several cars, hadnt even considered a prelude specifically. Found this one in the Sunday paper, called the guy, met at Wal-Mart parking lot and 20-minutes later Im trying to figure out how to get a car and a truck home. Parked the truck. Drove the lude. That was 2-weeks ago. I dropped it off at the dealership today to get some work done - including replacing a broken seat belt buckle (yea for recalls) and some gasket work. I'll drive this thing until the wheels fall off or my 11-year-old can drive in 5-years. Then he can try and run it into the ground.
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Old 09-30-2007, 09:38 PM
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I see that 67 people have veiwed this thread, lets hear from a few more. We know you love it, tell us why.
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The one thing i dont like about this car is the "emotional" attachment that comes with ownership.

3rd gen owners never just own 1 of these vehicles. It's sooo true...
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well the one i own now is my first but i seriously doubt it will be my last one! i love them!
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well i guess ill chime in since i just saw this thread lol....


it all started this past january.... i had a lady friend that was looking for a reliable, cheap car for gas and still have some fun with it (note the backseats are small so thank god for that sun roof.... giggidy giggidy goo) but anyways... i drove out of my way to check on this car to see if it was worth wild, i didnt know to much about hondas at the time so i asked a buddy of mine to go with me.... so we go and check it out and the whole time he was freaking out that it had 4ws, i was like wooot... then he explained to me what it was and showed me....i freaked the **** out!! i was screaming like a fat kid in a candy store at the amazment in technology (iam still amazed to this day how they even made michael jackson white)... anywho the asking price was $1100.... to me thats a steal for a running honda... so i sat there and had $600 in cash on me that day... and the owners of the car just happen to be a buddy of my mine's mother.... so i went in and slapped down the cash and told her id be back in 2 days to pick up the car and i wanted it!! so ya i felt bad that the lady friend didnt get the car, but i made up for it and found her a caddy that she liked even more lol.... so i made out pretty good
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Before I drove a '86 gmc s-15. Wasn't getting anywhere with it and needed something a little better on gas. I also never really looked at the preludes. I ran across my '88 prelude at a junkyard actually. They wanted $900 for it. So i asked them if they'd take trade. they said sure and $100. Now gladly to say i have my prelude and loved it ever since. The funnest car i've ever driven.
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Nah. I'd rather have a 3rd gen than a 5th. 5th= too big and heavy. The third is the perfect size, plus I love it's styling. 5th gens are sexy, but they kind of piss me off. The styling kinda 'hints' that the car is RWD. If it was RWD, I'd own one. But a car that big with only FWD is just.... just plain wrong, IMHO.
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^you're one of the only people I've ever heard say the 5th looks like it's rear wheel drive. I've always thought so too. that's why mine rides higher in the rear than the front.

p.s. a few little mods make up for the weight. the 3rd and 5th are styled very similar. they are my two favorite ludes.
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Yeah, the thick accented 1/4 panels put an emphasis on the rear wheels of the car, so it looks like that's where the power is coming from. Somebody should make a kit to convert it. :P
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I was putting together a kit to convert a 5th gen to rwd...
cause when I found out it was fwd I was sad.
Basically my kit/consisted of an s2k engine tranny swap, torch, mig welder, parts car S2k and parts car 5th gen and a butt load of money....
I got really into it.. till I figured out how poor I was XD.
When I save up some money and get some more swap/wiring exp. I am going to give it a shot. Maybe one day I'll own the only RWD 5th gen :]]]

But my 3rd is amazing :]
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Old 10-06-2007, 07:37 PM
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What, by mounting the engine in the rear? That would be cool. Or to really go insane, leave the front engine, add a rear, link the throttles and shifters...
OK back to reality.
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I bought mine because it was from a friend and it is only $800 with 80 dollars a month for 10 months. Which is a very good deal for someone with a part time job in high school
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Welcome to the club, Rusty. You will probably find the car to be addictive. (I sure have). My right hand cv joint started to throw grease last week, so I put it in the garage to fix it. This meant that I had to drive our old Ranger. Can you say slow, unresponsive, underpowered, SLUG!!! No fun at all. I'm counting the hours till the new half shaft arrives.
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I just got reminded of something else. Having lived in Kansas all my life, and fought the winds blowing my cars around while driving, the Lude is the most stable car I've ever driven in windy conditions. no fighting.
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Drive an SVX. :)
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I'd glady take one. But since I have a Lude, I'll stick with what I've got.
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No, I meant test drive one. It's one of the most stable cars in any condition I've ever driven. High sidewinds are non existent. Torrential rains, 8" of snow, whatever, it'll drive through it like it doesn't exist. It's wonderful.
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Here's my story of how I ended up with my SEXY lude. I had an '89 accord
that had lasted me for about 4 yrs. It's tranny slipped ever since the first
day I bought it, but I'm not rough with my cars or have a "led" foot, so
it lasted that long. It wouldn't pass the emissions test here in California
so I opted to "retire" it to the state junkyard program back in June '07.
They pay 1k to retire your car if you qualify.

So, after I retired the accord, I was doing my DD with a v8. The gas was
killing me, and so was the parking. I had been looking on craig's list for
about a month, and had narrowed my choices down to a few cars. They
were the legend cpe, integra, civic, and the mr2. The lude wasn't even
in my thoughts at the time because I didn't see too many listed in the
price range that I wanted to spend.

I contacted the sellers, and asked questions. I saw a few cars, but I
just wasn't satisfied enough to buy any of them. So, I kept looking on
craig's list. Then, 2 weeks ago I saw this listing for the Lude that I now
have. It was at a repair shop. In the pics it looked clean, and by the
description had everything I wanted, except pdls. The price was right,
and all it needed was a radiator. I went down to see it that day after
work with the urging of a co-worker who said that I had better jump
on it.

He offered to come with me to check the lude out. So, off we went. It
was about a 25min drive south. I spoke to the guy that owned the shop,
and he said he was doing a favor for his customer. He explained to me that
the radiator was clogged, and it needed to be changed. He had all the
repair paperwork dating back to 2004, and that the lude had been in the
customer's family since day 1, but they didn't want to spend any more
money fixing it because they had just bought another car.

They were only asking $1200 for it. It was clean, and the body was
mostly straight except for a lil dent on the driver's side door. My
friend/co-worker took it for a test drive around the block. While he
test drove it, my friend offered the guy 1K, and he accepted.

I'm very, very, very happy with the lude. It has been well taken care
of over the years. The money from the retired accord has gotten me
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Funny how so many of us were just looking for an inexpensive car to save on fuel, Not hunting for fun machine. But what a bonus. Welcome to the club MizzRobin
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I was on here while thinking about buying a Prelude and I have to admit, most of you without knowing it , talked me into it. I bought my 89 Prelude si 4ws on Saturday. What A great car. Fast , Great on gas, Great looking, and only $2000 with 122,000 miles. The only thing wrong with it is the heat is not working. The blower motor works fine, just no heat coming out. Any suggestions? Also, mine is a 5 speed and is missing part of the console behind the ebrake and I'm not too sure what it's missing. Thank you! Steve.
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I got my white 1990 Honda Prelude S back in June of 2005. I originally wanted a '92-95 Civic coupe to rice out, however, my dad found the 'Lude and asked if I was interested. I said sure. He test drove it and when I got off work that night he picked me up in it. I was stoked but didn't think it'd become an obsession. Back then I was a complete videogame nerd who knew NOTHING about cars. I didn't even fathom the idea of it ever becoming a hobby. That was only just over two years ago! That's crazy...I didn't realize it until I just typed it, lol. I know so much now! Have a long way to go still though. Now that the white Prelude's days are over in my hands, the black one is carrying on my obsession.
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ok while i got mine because i saw a couple drive around where i live cause there seems to be alot where i am and i like the style like looked real exotic so when i had money i was looking for a import to make nice and at that time i had no clue what year the 3g was until i was on craigs list and found one then like a month later i ment and picked up my silver 89 2.0s and i found out it was prolly the best car ever
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Welcome, ssavoy2k, I'm glad we could help you in your choice of a great ride. As to heat, the dashboard temp control operates a small valve on the engine side of the firewall (or is supposed to). you should find the valve to the side of the air filter housing. make sure it operates. Also, there should be 2 hoses, one to the valve, and one to the firewall. (someone could have capped them off due to a leak or a broken heat exchanger)
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