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Honda program teaches young drivers to use manual transmission

Passing the stick to the next generation, with the help of vintage cars

With the manual transmission becoming less common as time goes on, there are fewer opportunities to learn how to use it and subsequently order a car with one. In response to this, Honda hosted an experience in the Los Angeles area near Angeles Crest Highway called "Shifting Gears." There Honda brought out a bunch of its own manual-equipped cars to teach people how to use a manual transmission.

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Junkyard Gem: 1982 Honda Prelude

Honda's original sports coupe.

With the world's reddest interior, lots of ritzy-by-1982-standards standard features, and Accord underpinnings, this early Prelude in Wisconsin is a very rare Junkyard Gem.

Junkyard Gem: 1982 Honda Prelude

A rare first-generation Prelude shows up in a Northern California car graveyard.

The 1979-1982 Prelude was a good-looking little coupe based on the Accord. Most were used up and discarded decades ago, but this rare example showed up in a San Francisco Bay Area wrecking yard last month.

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Junkyard Gem: 1991 Honda Prelude Si 4WS

With four-wheel steering and 140 horsepower, this car was one of the best of its era.

The last year of the third-generation Prelude, this '91 was one of the best deals on a sporty coupe you could get at the time.

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2016 Civic Coupe: The Prelude is back!

At least this is as close to a new Prelude as we're likely to get.

The Honda Civic family tree is weirder than you remember

Now entering its 10th generation, the Honda Civic has bred numerous variants. Some wore the Civic name, but others are haven't even carried the Honda badge.

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Sporty cars from the '80s get retro reviews from MotorWeek

Take a look back in time as MotorWeek runs a full test on the 1984 Honda Prelude. If that's not enough, we've included 10 more retro-review videos showing off coupes from all over the globe.

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Honda CEO says we shouldn't expect any new sports cars

It wasn't so long ago that Honda was known for its sporty two-door models, with models ranging from the Civic del Sol to the Prelude and from the Acura Integra and RSX to the Honda S2000. But look at its range today and all you'll see are the Civic and Noah Joseph

Craigslist Find of the Day: The Prelude Si Ute that never was

What would you call this thing? A Prelude SUC*? A Preludamino? A Prelude Brat? A Ridgelude? The seller, for his part, bills it as a "Cruck." With the careful adaptation of a Datsun Pickup liftgate, this cut and restyled 1989 Prelude Si was possibly a prelude to the atrocity wonder that would eventually be known as the Honda Ridgeline. It is said to feature a four-cylinder with an automatic, and able to get 38 mpg. Thank goodness it "was built under professional supervis

Autocross RR of the Week results

Last week's autocross-themed RR of the Week was another close race (I'll take that pun, thank you); with a scant five votes separating first and second place.