The third generation Prelude is a familiar sight on the road in the western states, usually driven to the ground by second or third owners, but it is fairly invisible. The styling can best be described as 80s Japanese Coupe, but it isn't objectionable.
Power comes from a B20A5, a 2.0 liter DOHC fuel injected engine that put out 135 horsepower into the front wheels via a 5-speed manual gearbox. The B-series engines are known for durability, longevity, and tuneability -- but it is great to see a one that looks stock and unmolested.
The interior looks about like you'd expect for a car with 185,000 miles on the clock, but it could use some reconditioning. The steering wheel is connected to the 4WS such that under small steering input the wheels move with the fronts, but with more steering they reverse and help the car turn in a tight radius. Drivers report an odd feeling like the rear end is slipping, but the system sounds like it would add a lot of excitement to an 80s Honda.
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