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Old 18 Oct 2008, 01:01 pm
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Default HONDA PRELUDE 1998 vTEC?

Im about to buy a 1998 Honda Prelude Vtech SH, it has 153k miles and is manual trans. is it worth buying this car for 3700 dollars. it has a bump in the back fender, whats good and whats bad about these cars??
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Old 18 Oct 2008, 01:16 pm
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tell someone who knows cars to check it out to see if theres anything wrong. check a blue book price on the internet. But otherwise Honda is a good little car for gas and reliability
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Old 18 Oct 2008, 01:31 pm
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yes sir buy that if u dont i will that is a deal how big is the bump is wheel shoved in? is the fraim straight i bought a 92 for 2000 they are quick and fun to drive!
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