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Old 07-26-2011, 08:56 AM
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Hey PZ peeps... Im in need to find a few parts that im looking for in South Africa. I live in Cape Town so preferably in the area....

Im looking to customize a few exterior and interior parts for me 5th gen lude!

Can anyone advise on where to get???
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Re: Parts and upgrades in South Africa

try import parts
www.importparts.co.za
they also based in cape town
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Re: Parts and upgrades in South Africa

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Hey PZ peeps... Im in need to find a few Honda parts that im looking for in South Africa. I live in Cape Town so preferably in the area....

Im looking to customize a few exterior and interior parts for me 5th gen lude!

Can anyone advise on where to get???
Apologize for placing a bump on this one but just an additional. The local Honda dealership is now offering replacement products and services and you can ask them as the same thing to me with regards to the engine of my Prelude..
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Re: Parts and upgrades in South Africa

Hi All coming back to this post - i am too looking for parts for my Honda Prelude 4th gen and finding them very hard to find without importing them, Honda SA is charging ridiculous prices for parts for these cars.

anyone have any suggestions?
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