1993 Honda Prelude *project* on 2040-cars
Florissant, Missouri, United States
Here we have a 1993 Honda Prelude Project for sale. This is
a project car that hasnít been started for a couple years now. I have made many
modifications to the vehicle and have many parts that come with the vehicle.
The list of parts on the vehicle are: Tokico 5 way
adjustable shocks/Adjustable Coilovers/3 Gauge pod/Tachometer/Momo steering
wheel/Floor brace/Rear lower tie bar/Custom Tanabe Dual Exhaust/AEM
Intake/Brembo slotted rotors/Stainless steel brake lines/Front and Rear Camber
kit/New Z rated tires/New deck lid/Power folding mirrors/Digital Climate
control/JDM One piece headlights
The list of parts not on the vehicle: Skunk2 lowering
springs/Neuspeed sway bars/NSX Vents/Eyelids/Shifter Conversion for manual transmission/too
many parts to list
I had big plans for this vehicle I had a VTEC 2.2 H22 A4 and
a manual tranny for it, but they were sold. Also the buyer must be aware that
the vehicle has no hood, bumper, bumper cover or fenders. I had the vehicle
prepared for a full wide body kit conversion but I stopped the project and sold
the body kit. I am not sure of the exact miles on the vehicle. This is a steal if someone wants to finish the project or sell
the parts separately. Serious inquiries only. I have more pictures available
Honda Prelude for Sale
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Mon, 30 Jun 2014 09:27:00 EST
Although it's not yet known whether the NSX roadster will offer a hard or soft top, sources indicate that it won't be a mere removable roof panel. Whatever form it does take, however, expect it to arrive a good couple of years after the tin-top version launches in 2015 with a similar form to the concept but with different underpinnings and a radical interior.
Plenty of automakers have backgrounds in aircraft manufacturing. BMW, Bristol, Mitsubishi, Saab and Spyker all started out in the airplane business. But Honda is going the opposite direction, expanding its automotive (not to mention motorcycle, ATV, marine engine and power equipment) business with the launch of the HondaJet. And that project has just taken a big step forward.
Tue, 26 Nov 2013 18:30:00 EST
After starting production a year and a half ago, the Japanese industrial giant recently completed its first customer HondaJet, and has now taken that initial production aircraft to the skies for its landmark first flight. The aircraft left the production facility in Greensboro and took off on Friday morning from Piedmont Triad International Airport in North Carolina - the same state where the Wright Brothers undertook their first flight over a century ago.
The HondaJet undertook an 84-minute test flight, climbing to 15,500 feet and reaching a speed of 348 knots. That works out to 400 miles per hour - assuredly faster than any Honda (save for maybe a prototype for the same aircraft) has traveled before. The aircraft is designed to cruise at a maximum of 420 knots (483 mph) and reach a maximum altitude of 43,000 feet.
It comes as no surprise that Honda's Civic and Accord are the most stolen cars in America, but as it turns out, thieves like the company's motorcycles the most too, according to a study by the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). Out of the 46,061 two-wheelers stolen in 2012, 9,082 of them were Hondas. While that's bad news for Honda motorcycle owners, at least motorcycle theft went down slightly from 2011, which had 46,667 reported thefts. Motorcycle theft recoveries, on the other hand, were just 39 percent.
Yamaha is up next in the theft rankings (7,517), then Suzuki (7,017). The numbers drop a bit for fourth and fifth place, Kawasaki (4,839) and Harley-Davidson (3,755). These five brands are far and away the most stolen motorcycles: sixth place, apparently held by scooter, dirtbike and ATV maker Taotao, dropped to 914 theft reports.
California had the most reported thefts (6,082), followed by Florida (4,110), Texas (3,400), North Carolina (2,574) and Indiana (2,334). By city, New York City had the most reported thefts (903), followed by Las Vegas (757), San Diego (633), Indianapolis (584) and Miami (535.