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Old 02-25-2002, 06:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Prelude Type S For Sale.

I'm going to be selling my 5th gen Honda Prelude Type S (Dec 96P) quite soon if anyone is interested. Imported it myself from Japan with 17k on the clock (Owned previously by Honda Japan) Grade 5 mint at the auctions. I've owned it for just over two years now and has just over 34K on the clock. I have made the following modifications to the car:
Tanabe intake Manifold, Tanabe full exhaust system, Apexi V-Tec Controller AEM Tru-time cam gears, AEM-Cold Air-Intake and a great looking Wings West RS Bodykit. The interior is Suede/Leather.
I've looked after this car and loved it like a baby....

Here's a link to some pictures of the car. I'm looking for around £8995ono. Does not include the reg plate...And I live in Northampton England.

http://community.webshots.com/user/andrewdelvard
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tanabe intake manifold??????
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Old 03-07-2002, 01:07 PM   #3 (permalink)
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hpow much in US$$
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Old 03-08-2002, 02:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
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hpow much in US$$
$12,808.53 at the current exchange rate.


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As strange as it sounds an intake manifold is what we call a header in the UK.
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i always thought or knew of the headers being the exhaust manifold..ok thanx...i am also selling my car..if i sell it soon i wil emial u about ur car...why so cheap?
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i always thought or knew of the headers being the exhaust manifold..ok thanx...i am also selling my car..if i sell it soon i wil emial u about ur car...why so cheap?
Is that cheap? It would be the going rate over here. If you are interested check out import restrictions etc etc in the US.
btw Prelude2War has a friend who is involved with importing cars, he may help.
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How much does it cost to import a car from japan?
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would you sell your tanabe header?

would you part out and sell just the tanabe header? and would you ship it to the US, california? I might be interested in buying them if they fit a type sh. So if you would, please let me know the price w/ shipping, thanks!


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Re: would you sell your tanabe header?

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would you part out and sell just the tanabe header? and would you ship it to the US, california? I might be interested in buying them if they fit a type sh. So if you would, please let me know the price w/ shipping, thanks!


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Sorry Pal. Im selling the car as is
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wish the steering whell was on the other side
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Do you still have the car for sale?? Any dents, dings, rust etc??? What exact year is it, it sayd DEC96, does that make it a 97?? Whats the lowest you will take for it?? Thanx.
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Do you still have the car for sale?? Any dents, dings, rust etc??? What exact year is it, it sayd DEC96, does that make it a 97?? Whats the lowest you will take for it?? Thanx.
It's a 5th gen. £8500. A steal. I just want to get it sold. No dents dings etc etc. Perfect condition. Really.
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I know its a 5th gen, but what year specifically??
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I know its a 5th gen, but what year specifically??
1996.
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Hey can you get me one of those electronic climate controls imported?
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hey its me ajm-racing, sorry i didnt get back to you, but ive been checking on import cost, it would cost me 11000 for yor car and then another 1500 to import it, so a total of 12500 for a 6 year old car, sorry i just cant do it, other wise i still love it, sorry
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