What would be the low bluebook value on a 1987 Honda Prelude 2.0 SI?

Leeja
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Asked by Leeja Feb 04, 2012 at 07:45 AM about the 1987 Honda Prelude

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I have my sights set on a particular Honda. I like it a lot but I think the price is a little
high. I don't want to be taken for a fool. Can anyone help me?

9 Answers

Jonathan Ford
2,625

would need more information, like body condition, interior condition etc

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Jdmkids Manny
45

How much are they selling it for ?

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Leeja
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Jonathan, The Prelude is in wonderful shape. The body is clean. No dents. Paint has no oxidation or chips. No rust. Tires look almost brand new. Interior is great! No rips or cracks in the dash. Everything works. I took that baby for a test drive on the freeway. It's not my car so I'm doing the speed limit. The owner's in the passenger seat giving me the green light to see what it can really do. Needless to say, it was smooth sailing at 130 mph! I hope this is enough info.

Leeja
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Manny, He's asking $3500.

Jonathan Ford
2,625

mileage?

Jdmkids Manny
45

Too pricey, but I'm not going to rush it, How many miles are on her ?

Karl Grimm
755

the low end would be $2,350

Leeja
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Jonathan, 192,224 is the mileage

Jonathan Ford
2,625

yeah id say thats a little high...try to talk him down

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