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Prices for Japanese sports cars from the 1990s and early 2000s have skyrocketed in recent years. This applies to a 2001 Honda Prelude that just sold at auction for $60,000. And it’s not even a Type R!

The car’s mileage is only 7880 km. It is obvious that the car is in perfect condition, because it has hardly been driven.

The interior looks dated by modern standards, but options include cruise control, a sunroof and a six-disc CD changer.

It is equipped with a naturally aspirated 2.2-liter four-cylinder Honda H22A4 engine producing 200 hp. and 212 Nm of torque. It is paired with a five-speed manual transmission that rotates the front wheels.

While the car doesn’t have a limited-slip differential or all-wheel steering like other Preludes of the era, it does have an active torque vectoring system that acts as a basic form of torque vectoring.

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