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I bought HondaPrelude 1990 I put in Slick 50 at once. So far engine has been fine.

Various other faults such as gaiters, radiator, tyres, filters brake pads, callipers along with normal maintenance done I have found a good metal smith who has done wonders with rust on the bodywork.

I am now finding it difficult to get/find spares ie door arch rubber seals etc. I would be grateful of any information of spare sources and/or Honda Prelude club.

Being 83 and having only just started my laptop, I am not too good at understanding the language of the laptop or some of the instructions.

Asked on 26 August 2012 by RayHonda

Answered by Honest John
This seems to be the community: www.ludegeneration.co.uk/
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