Tag Archives: prelude

Happy Father’s Day from JNC

To all the daddy JNCers out there, Happy Fathers Day.

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CATALOGUER: Hondas from around the world, circa 1983

Starting in 1979 Honda held yearly photography competitions among its distributors from around the world. Most appear to be brochure images localized to the many corners of the atlas where Hondas were sold. The best pictures were assembled in a … Continue reading

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Honda/Acura to Completely Revert to 1991 Lineup

Honda Motor Corp. has shocked the automotive world with the announcement that it will be completely reverting to its 1991 lineup. Safety and emissions equipment will be updated and prices adjusted for inflation, but everything else — including its former … Continue reading

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Friday Video: New NSX commercial could explain what’s wrong with Honda

Remember in the 80s and 90s when Honda could do no wrong? Compare those steallar lineups to the current one and even the most die hard Honda head is asking himself, “What in Soichiro’s name is going on?” Honda Japan’s … Continue reading

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Friday Video: Intersection pimps CR-Z, but first-gen Honda Prelude is all class

The French arm of Intersection, the half-automotive half-fashion magazine, recently pimped an unsuspecting Honda CR-Z. Is a gloss beige sport hybrid with orange tires laughably ridiculous, or so avant garde that our uncultured pea-brains can’t comprehend it?

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Wednesday Wall(s): More Classic Hondas

A gallery of historic Hondas for your desk-topping pleasure. [HondaFan]

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Classic CM: Honda Prelude's Tach Within a Speedometer

The Honda Prelude made its debut in 1978 to compete with sport coupes like the Toyota Celica and Nissan Silvia. Honda would use the flagship model as a test bed for experimental concepts and innovative firsts. Take, for example, the … Continue reading

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