Amazing One-Owner 5k Mile 1997 Honda Prelude!

This 1997 Honda Prelude SH is a stunning, low mile, one owner car that is presented like a princess in a host of photos showing off all kinds of poses. This pristine survivor is located in Tacoma, Washington. The… more»

Cool Kei Car: 1991 Honda Beat

Kei cars are one of the ultra-cool breed of vehicles on American roads today, and nice examples are highly sought. The fact that they were all designed for the Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) means that most of them have… more»

Unmodified Driver: 1991 Honda CR-X Si

When speaking about nimble and fun-to-drive compact sports cars, it would be wrong not to mention Honda’s CR-X. Clean examples of the hatchback are hard to come by these days, but this unmodified 1991 Honda CR-X Si that is… more»

Cute Commuter: 1986 Honda City

Honda is well known in the United States for its compact models such as the Civic and CR-X, but now that it is eligible for import, examples of the even smaller Honda City are finally making its way to… more»

Folding Fun: 1981 Honda Motocompo

I promise not to make too many Sturgis references about this original-owner 1981 Honda Motocompo. This thing would be like a dinghy or lifeboat on one of the gigantic black Harley-Davidsons (do they make other colors?) at Sturgis. Once… more»

Future Classic: 1985 Honda Accord

UPDATE 9/3/2019 – With a $1k price drop, this Honda is looking quite tempting! The seller has relisted it here on eBay with a $4,300 asking this time around. FROM 8/26/2019 – If the original Civic didn’t signal to… more»

Best of Japan Exhibitor: 1985 Honda CRX

Don’t look now, but collectors are paying closer attention to 80s icons than ever before. While a car like this 1985 Honda CRX will never be worth ridiculous money, they are still trading hands for more than some skeptics… more»

Survivor 1987 Honda Civic Si With Just 15,475 miles!

Though it doesn’t have the performance pedigree of its successor, I enjoy the styling of the third-generation Honda Civic compact car quite a bit. This generation also introduced what is now a household name among those who enjoy performance… more»

Four-Wheel Fun: 1988 Honda Civic Wagon RT4WD

One of my favorite models in Honda’s long history as an automaker is the Civic Wagon, especially when it features the company’s Real-Time 4WD system. Perhaps I’m biased because I once owned one of these fine Civic variants, but… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1982 Honda V45 Magna Garage Find!

UPDATE 7/17/2019 – So, we just heard from Tom and he has an update for us! He was the title for the bike in hand and ready to sign over. He also checked to see if the engine will… more»

8k Mile Survivor: 1986 Honda CRX HF

When uttering the letters “CRX” usually a small and sporty little import comes to mind, but the CRX was also offered in a high fuel economy model like this low mileage ’86 CRX HF. With an incredibly low 8,080… more»

Unmodified Barn Find: 1989 Honda CRX Si

The second and final generation of Honda’s CRX hatchback is largely considered one of the best front-wheel-drive compact sports cars, but unfortunately, there are few surviving examples left. With that in mind, this 1989 Honda CRX that’s available here… more»

Barn Find Dirt Bike: 1991 Honda Cub EZ90

As someone who loves vehicles of all kinds from the mid-80s to the early 90s, it’s of little surprise to see obscure motoring apparatuses like this 1991 Honda Cub pop up on eBay with more than one bidder vying… more»

1-Of-147: 1982 Honda Prelude Convertible

When I first saw this Honda Prelude Convertible, I initially thought that it was one of the cars that had been modified by Solaire, a company contracted to perform conversions on behalf of Honda. However, there seem to be… more»

Unlikely Survivor: 92k Mile 1982 Honda Civic

The Honda Civic is one of those vehicles that has earned a bit of an unfair reputation amongst enthusiasts. Sure, there are countless examples of terribly modified Civics, but the compact also represents an affordable and accessible platform with… more»

Japanese Hot Hatch: 1991 Honda CRX Si

It has often been said that hope springs eternal, and I don’t think that anywhere is this expression more appropriate than in the classic car scene. I’m pretty sure that we’ve all seen the scenarios. You find a person… more»