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1993 Prelude go or no go?

Looking at buying a 1993 prelude with the H22A1 engine.
Has high KM's sitting at 250XXX. It's recently gotten new brakes, battery and CV joint with boots. And its a 5 spd standard of course.
He's asking $4900 Canadian. My price range for something right now's about 6gs.
Link: Castanet Classifieds - 1993 Honda Prelude
Any input appre.

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My other one I've found locally is same year same KM's but a H23A1. http://classifieds.castanet.net/show...657197/cat/318

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If you have the money Id go for it.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

I was under the impression that all vtec models came with leather so double check it's vtec. Check the VIN number out and see what model. Also look under the hood to see if the engine is right. If it's just a Si or S with a swap tell him you don't think it's worth that much what with it having smaller front brakes, no leather, etc and see if you can talk him down a bit.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

looks very clean and in good shape, of course try to get the price down if possible and check to make sure its in as good shape everywhere else as the outside but looks to be a good deal.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

My vtec is a real vtec and i dont have leather.. so i think thats false unless he swapped interior.. anyone chime in?
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My vtec is a real vtec and i dont have leather.. so i think thats false unless he swapped interior.. anyone chime in?
I don't Know all the features of the preluds but dose the vtec model have 4ws. I think the one with 4ws has leather.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

I have a 97 base with v-tec ofcourse and stick shift, and I don't have leather seats. Also, idk the prices in Canada but I got mine for 3,800 and its in amazing shape with 160k Miles. So depending on the price 4900 may be a lil high. But the price's change where ever you go. If you like it i'd say go for it. Make sure to test drive it and check to see if the clutch it tightened all the way. If so you kno the clutch is goin out soon. Mine went out 2 days after buying mine cause I for got to check and had to buy a whole new clutch.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

if it's an original SR-V it should be leather interior.
I'm guessing its an h-23 engine, I used to have an h-23 in my 95 sr lude and the valve cover still says vtec on it.
So yeah, by the looks of it my guess would be its a SR model.
To be completely honest, I think 4900 sounds a little much. If you can get him to drop it to like 4300, i'd say go for it.
Just give the motor a good check for any possible signs of oil leaks
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

drop it to 4k. or 3700.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

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I was under the impression that all vtec models came with leather so double check it's vtec. Check the VIN number out and see what model. Also look under the hood to see if the engine is right. If it's just a Si or S with a swap tell him you don't think it's worth that much what with it having smaller front brakes, no leather, etc and see if you can talk him down a bit.
NOT ALL VTEC models have leather interior... those seats are vtec model cloth seats... btw look at the VIN if it has JHMBB1 then it is an original vtec prelude... just to be sure

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My vtec is a real vtec and i dont have leather.. so i think thats false unless he swapped interior.. anyone chime in?
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I don't Know all the features of the preluds but dose the vtec model have 4ws. I think the one with 4ws has leather.
There is no such thing of a 4ws with h22 here in the states, I do not know if this applies as well in canada, but in the UK there are VTEC models with 4ws...


Like mentioned before... try to haggle the price...
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

the vtecs only got leather from '94-'96
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

iv got a 94si 4ws no leather!!
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I'd try to get ahold of that car. Looks like a clean car.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

If it has over 200000 miles then know I bought my life for 6500 and it had 80000
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If it has over 200000 miles then know I bought my life for 6500 and it had 80000
It's not miles, it's kilometers.

1 mile = 1.609344 kilometers

It has around 160,000 miles

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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

I got my 93 SR with 188,xxx km for 2400, if that car had 180km, 5k would be fair

You dont need the nice wheels he has on there, I would offer 3800 for it, hes prob high balling it because its up in kelowna, and to my knowledge there isnt that many 4th gens up there, but overall it looks pretty clean, and if its withen your budget, and he isnt going to lower the price, go for it, like I said I dont know of many 4th gens up in kelowna, so unless you want to wait for a potentially better deal(or drive down to van to get one, there are loads for sale on craigslist) then I would wait

And as always VIN check it, Im not sure if kelowna has aircare or not, but aircare.ca has the entire history including km, so you can have an idea if its been rolled back or not
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

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I got my 93 SR with 188,xxx km for 2400, if that car had 180km, 5k would be fair

You dont need the nice wheels he has on there, I would offer 3800 for it, hes prob high balling it because its up in kelowna, and to my knowledge there isnt that many 4th gens up there, but overall it looks pretty clean, and if its withen your budget, and he isnt going to lower the price, go for it, like I said I dont know of many 4th gens up in kelowna, so unless you want to wait for a potentially better deal(or drive down to van to get one, there are loads for sale on craigslist) then I would wait

And as always VIN check it, Im not sure if kelowna has aircare or not, but aircare.ca has the entire history including km, so you can have an idea if its been rolled back or not
Isn't aircare in BC just the Vancity area? I could be wrong. I think he`s firm on the price so I had considered looking at the silver one with the H23A1.
Asking 3900 and I`m sure I can haggle it down.
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pics? thats too much for a 93 lol
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

So I've now gone and looked at both.
Both are now $3900 canadian. The red 93' is more loaded with the H22, heated seats etc but 250km. Also the paint is looking pretty good except for the rear wheel wells. Both side have some rust and left side is not to good. Only thing is have a brother inlaw whos a body man so its not a huge turn off unless you Lude owners have some input on it.

The silver one has something like 279XXX KM on it which is even higher but the body is a bit better. Once again, theres rust in the rear wheel wells. Oh its the H23 engine instead.
A bit more basic then the other but either way its a Lude. Engine bay looks pretty clean etc, wired for subs which doesnt matter since I can do myself and theres the obvious wear on the engine since the cars 17 years old.

Leaning towards the red H22. Any nay sayers? H22 that much better?
Any input is good. Not spending a lot here to begin with and some work doesnt bother me to much.
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h22 is better.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

Well its easier to fix a engine, rather then to fix body work...

If the body damage difference between the two is minimal then def go for the H22, less km is always a bonus, though I would never buy a car with over 215km even if it is a Honda, and I def wouldnt pay 3900

Unless my judgement on prelude value has been totally misjudged, I bought my 93 SR with 190,xxxkm for 2400, no rust, I was thinking I could get 3500-3800 for it, but going off these cars I could get 4000-4500 haha
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looks to be in nice shape but the price seems a bit high for a 93.
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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

Well the prices don't seem to be firm on them so theres wiggle room.
Problem is, this car seems super uncommon around where I am. These are the only 2 for sale within 4 or 5 hours of here haha.
And if I even thought of getting a 5gen, people are selling them all over 10Gs.
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if it's an original SR-V it should be leather interior.
I'm guessing its an h-23 engine, I used to have an h-23 in my 95 sr lude and the valve cover still says vtec on it.
So yeah, by the looks of it my guess would be its a SR model.
To be completely honest, I think 4900 sounds a little much. If you can get him to drop it to like 4300, i'd say go for it.
Just give the motor a good check for any possible signs of oil leaks
Not in 93, it was an option.
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Well the prices don't seem to be firm on them so theres wiggle room.
Problem is, this car seems super uncommon around where I am. These are the only 2 for sale within 4 or 5 hours of here haha.
And if I even thought of getting a 5gen, people are selling them all over 10Gs.

92 Honda Prelude

Pretty much the same amount of km, 1000 dollars cheaper, possibly worth the four hour drive, looks preetty clean

http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/rd...763464002.html
I would pay 5k for this, as long as it hasnt been rolled back, dont know if you have the extra cash, he might go down to 4500

http://vancouver.en.craigslist.ca/pm...757452844.html
Bit of a longer drive, but this guy has had this car posted for about 2monthes now orig had it for about 5200 I think, might get some leeway if you offer him 4200 cash, but it is a SRV with low km

Just some options to consider if you want to make a road trip(imagine the sweeet drive you will have home ;) )

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Re: 1993 Prelude go or no go?

I just purchased a 1993 prelude Vtech for 1500 u.s. dollars. It runs great with 175,000 miles. The car needs some work cosmetically and mechanically. The clear is peeling and 1fender needs replaced also about 1000 dollars to get it through inspection here in MD. The whole exhaust failed cuz of leaks and a busted cat converter, needs 2 tires, front ball joints and 1 front caliper. Not sure about the leather option mine has no leather. Eventhough mine needs a ton of work i feel like i got a good deal. Its up to you, I would try to get them to come off the price some, but hey if you like it go for it. Good Luck!
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My vtec is a real vtec and i dont have leather.. so i think thats false unless he swapped interior.. anyone chime in?
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