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was my car that i bought a good deal?


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a 1997 honda prelude with 90,000 miles on it automatic, sunroof and i guess everything else too was 6k a good deal on it? Vtec motor. also would it be possible to put a super charger in it even tho it takes premium gas only.

 

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a 1997 honda prelude with 90,000 miles on it automatic sunroof and i guess everything else too was 6k a good deal on it? Vtec motor

 

Is that the body style with the squared headlights? If so, that's a pretty good deal I think. Probably a little under blue book. Anyway, that's a nice car and post up some pictures of it.

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for a h22 prelude ehhh not that badd but ide rather with 6k get a bubble for 900 an the rest jus buy a type r slap that bitch in ther an rev out to 8,5 STOCK kiddd!!!!!!!~!~ but good luck with the prelude~!

 

AEM E.M.s<3

 

You need to stop posting. Or start speaking English.

 

I think thats not a bad price. Autos are often valued a bit lower for Preludes because not many people want an auto sports car. The price is often reflective of this.

 

For comparison: a friend of mine just traded his 98 auto with 190k on it to a dealer and they gave him $3500

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