We Had To Stop And Admire This Built Prelude

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Not a single thing on this Prelude was left untouched. Not. A. Single. Thing.

Do you remember that time back in the early 2000’s when everything was neon? We still had phones which needed to be un-folded prior to use, 2 Fast 2 Furious just got released, and the iMac G3 was clear. If for some reason you wanted to rewind to that time, we have found a car for you.

We’ve been looking for a place to start when it comes to this car, and there’s simply too much going on. Lets go with the basics first. Under all of those stickers (and scoops and vents and wings) is a 4th gen Prelude. And the closer that you inspect it, the more… uh…impressive things get.

For starters, this non-VTEC¬†2.3 has an automatic transmission, but the double takes don’t stop there. Take a step inside and you’ll find you are fully-equipped for racing. An A-pillar gauge pod presents vital information for engine temp, air:fuel ratio, and NOS. For safety there’s a three-point cage (wait, what?), that carefully protects the center console. And to top off the visuals inside, you have a red steering wheel, two-tone leather seats and three monitors for your audio head unit. And it can be all yours for the great deal of $6,500 American dollars.

To be quite frank, the dedication to a build like this is mighty impressive. We wonder what the creator of this masterpiece is up to these days. Perhaps they have built a truck for SEMA.

Patrick Morgan is an instructor at Chicago's Autobahn Country Club and contributes to a number of Auto sites for Internet Brands, including MB World and 6SpeedOnline.

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