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    Trying to sell a 1990 Honda Prelude SI ALB 4WS, Own a 2013 Ford Focus ST and a 1981 Yamaha Virago 920.
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Posted 24 April 2013 - 09:01 AM

Great Project car for someone who is serious about having fun and racing.

 

This was the car before the Timing Belt Self-destructed the engine...

 

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1990 Honda Prelude Si ALB

 
The car was initially N/A built for road and autox racing. I enjoyed the living daylights out of it! Then one day a couple years back, the timing belt destroyed the motor and project has been on side burner since.
 
I began to gather (hoard) parts to build a motor for boost as well as picking up extra parts for the car itself.
 
Most of the build has been documented on PreludePower.com  http://www.preludepo...77637
 
Currently as the car sits it has installed:
Hondata s300
LSD transmission
Batt relocated to trunk
Koni Adjustable Dampers
H&R springs
Camber correction kit
Ornjin Upper control-bushings
whiteline swaybars (front and back)
superpro endlink bushings
mustardcat endlinks
mustardcat strut tower bars (front/rear)
SS brake lines
99 Si Wheels with Falken Azenis RT 615 (205/50-15)
GC sleeve-over kit with custom spring rates (500# front 650# rear)
Ko_Si Short Shifter
ITR shift knob boot.
 
There is a motor in the car, however it was built with boost in mind and would recommend pulling it out and putting in a regular motor to get it on the roadl, unless you know how to build for boost
 
I began to rebuild for turbo so I have many many more parts as well as the components to make the car 4WS.
 
 
Call Chris @ 616-902-3574 and leave a message or email christopherallencole@gmail.com for more info. I live in the Knob Hill area.
 
Asking $5,000 but Willing to trade O.B.O. or give me another option... I'm just giving up on the build...
 
 
 
All the best,
Chris





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