1997 Honda Prelude 2.2 VTi (5th Gen)

90's-cool 2+2 coupe with All-Wheel Steer, 2.2-litre 182bhp v-tec power; auto/tiptronic 'box and only 93k miles

Supplied new by Caledonia Honda of Birmingham in January 1997 this early 5th Gen’ Prelude features the potent 2.2 VTi H22A2 (as seen in the very last of the 4th Gen 2.2 VTi version before replacement by the H22A5 unit) and develops 182bhp via the clever v-Tec system driving the front wheels through 4-speed automatic/tiptronic transmission and useful 4-wheel-steering.

This 90’s coupe is finished in Iceberg Silver and wears a discreet factory body-kit with rear boot spoiler and sits on attractive 17-inch 5-spoke alloy wheels. Inside, we find comfortable dark grey fabric seats, glass sunroof, air conditioning, cruise control, electric windows, electric mirrors, radio/CD, walnut affect trim and useful 2+2 accommodation.

Within the history file, we find the V5C showing just 2 former keepers to the current lady owner of 15 years, the owner’s pack & service book revealing 8 stamps including PDI plus 1 hand-written entry, the last in July 2006 at 63,000 miles which purports to have been a cambelt service. In addition an envelope contains the spare red master key and fob, purchase receipt dated February 1998 by its 2nd owner costing £16,738 at 26,000 miles, a few old maintenance bills plus 1 more recently for a replacement alternator and spark plugs in February 2021, at least 7 old MOTs plus the current valid until December 2021 showing 10 advisories (go to www.check-mot.service.gov.uk and enter the registration to view).

For more information contact - will.daniels@brightwells.com

Reg No: P262EOL
Chassis Number: JHMBB82500C000312
Engine Number: H22A2-1000347
Engine Size: 2157
Docs: V5C; old V5C; owner's pack & service book with 8 stamps inc. PDI + 1 hand written; few invoices; 7 old MOTs; current MOT December 2021 with 10 advisories

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 58

Lot ended

Thursday 16/09/2021

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