Finding a low-mileage instance of the 1999 Honda Prelude Type SH in such pristine situation is subsequent to not possible today, so it’s no marvel that this particular automobile belongs to American Honda.
As a part of the corporate’s personal assortment, this pretty much perfect Prelude Type SH landed on the fingers of Redline Reviews exhibiting just below 3,000 miles on the odometer.
This Prelude had simply 600 miles on when it was recommissioned final 12 months, because it spent most of its life inside a warehouse and as a show automobile within the Honda museum.
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SH stands for ‘Super Handling’, with Honda including its then-new ATTS (Active Torque Transfer System) differential along with stiffer springs, dampers and fatter anti-roll bars, making the fifth-generation Prelude extra agile at cornering.
Under the bonnet lies a naturally aspirated 2.2-liter VTEC four-cylinder that’s paired to a close-ratio five-speed guide transmission. Power is rated at 200 HP and 158 lb-ft (214 Nm) of torque, with VTEC kicking in at round 5,200 rpm.
With over 20 years having handed since this Honda rolled off the manufacturing line, it’s genuinely spectacular to witness the car’s immaculate situation. The exterior paint emits that deep gloss prefer it’s model new, whereas the inside is a correct journey down reminiscence lane, full with 1990s velour-like seats and the thin-rim Honda four-spoke steering wheel. It’s so good you’ll be able to nearly odor the nostalgia right here.