1983 Honda Prelude
Owner: Yves Lapointe (Prelude83)
Date Added: 12/08/2003
Date Updated: 09/17/2006
Ride Specs

346 000 miles - august 2005: 555000 km
(stock original engine - aesthetic modification only
1823 cc - 4 cyl -105 HP - 107 torque - Twin Carb - CVCC SOHC


100% seat leather
shoulder pads 100% leather custumazing (home made)
carpet of the bag rear leather with a large Honda logo
steering wheels MOMO Millenium
hand brake MOMO PIT STOP
pedal stainless SPARCO
short shifter PACESETTER


fender trim stainless TFP
rocker pannel stainless TFP
head light BOSCH xenon
fog light APC Dual Light xenon
muffler VIBRANT stainless
HONDA wing original
HONDA splash guard original


new wheels: 2005-03-19
wheels LIMITED 507 100% chrome 17" x 7.5
tires Hankook Ventus Sport 225-35-17


brake rotors BREMBO slotted (front- rear)
AXXIS pads
brake line stainless RUSSELL
spring EIBACH Pro Kit
shock KWB
strut-bar upper shock front home made
sway bar front-rear KONI


PIONEER 6 CD charger
PIONEER equalazer 9 bands
6 speakers ALPINE (1600 W total)
1 ampli. ALPINE V-Power 360 W total

Future Mods


Posted By: 00LXCIVIC
Date: 11/24/2008

Posted By: Kazuki
Date: 09/17/2006
thats a fine piece of machinery, you really know how to take care of it

Posted By: JayKnight98Lude
Date: 09/03/2006
Sweetest 2nd Gen I have ever seen. Glad to see it is in good hands, and being well taken care of. Much props to you for sucha a great job. Come check out my 98 sometime!

Posted By: dragyn00
Date: 02/23/2006
awesome...glad to see you kept it in such great shape......great job.....laids

Posted By: CD5acrd
Date: 10/26/2005
Nice to see a real clean old school ride...Makes me miss my '87 Accord hatch.

Posted By: fdtboricua2007
Date: 10/02/2005
sweet ride man, way to keep everything chromed out. nice to see an old car still looking clean.

Posted By: frombloodtosnow
Date: 08/30/2005
I think your interior and engine bay are incredible, but the exterior just isn't quite up to what it could be, IMO. I like where you're going with the chrome accents on the lower areas of the body (you should do that to the bumpers too, if you can), but I'm not feeling the rims or the paint. Definitely keep chrome rims, but a different design would be better. Other than that, this is definitely an awesome piece of work. Keep it up!

Posted By: lude_speed91
Date: 08/07/2005
***** son dam that 1 killer car all factory motor 2 but cormed out like a bitch dam thats nice dude later

Posted By: Ludes2Fast
Date: 05/17/2005
very nice interior work nice work with old prelude check out my 3rd gen prelude and tell me what you think.

Posted By: phixion
Date: 04/18/2005
WHoa, nice work for an oldie but goodie. Good job!!

Posted By: joshlotto
Date: 12/14/2004
HELL YEA 83, come check out my 91

Posted By: lude_maniac
Date: 10/01/2004
Love that interior !!!

Posted By: hondasal
Date: 09/30/2004
osom engine work..

Posted By: cdubb77
Date: 07/21/2004
Wow. That mileage is crazy. Lose the rims. Very clean engine bay and interior.

Posted By: 4dr
Date: 07/20/2004
Nice car, and I agree along with everyone else.. lose those rims.. and is it me or are those rims edited to have the honda emblem? I took it to a paint real quick to just do the regular black color and its the exact color..hmm just wondering because it doesn't look right

Posted By: kdxkawa
Date: 01/15/2004
verry good looking prelude !!!!!!!!!1

Posted By: lud83
Date: 01/15/2004
OMG very very test beautiful Prelude gen 2; it is true an exceptional car; it is incredible: your rims are perfect for the car; the interior is very pretty and the engine bay really well and especially with more than 500000 km; in my opinion it is the most beautiful car of the site; a car as that it is single in the world.... CONGRATULATION...

Posted By: darth1sbw
Date: 12/24/2003
this is one sweet 2nd gen. but i agree with the others and (now lets all go back to 3rd grade for the correct spelling on this) lose them rims. that interior is too clean!

Posted By: hatebronze
Date: 12/14/2003
livin in the 80s i see!

Posted By: Curt_Accord
Date: 12/08/2003
well, i like it, its old school! but those rims are horrbile! Rip them off and put on some taht will show off the brakes!