There had remained just a couple of details for me to declare that I have completed the restoration of my dad's last car. For unknown reasons, Honda did not see fit to put an "Si" badge on the 1995 model Prelude. The only sub-model designation they then deemed worthy of a badge was the Vtec. Subsequent Preludes, Civics and Accords were badged accordingly, but not in 1995. Which seems odd, since it received a larger engine displacement, larger wheels and wider tires. So, I obtained an Si emblem through eBay...probably from a Civic, and placed it on the rear of the trunk lid, to the left of the license plate.
And finally, after getting the repaint, the relatively unbroken sides of the car seemed too plain to me. I was able to locate an outfit on-line that sells pinstripe kits to car dealers, complete with model names and logos. I ordered the narrowest double-stripe tape with Honda logo and ran it along the break in the side sheet metal just above the door handle. I positioned the Honda H at the front of the doors just forward of the side view mirrors.
Of course I've realized, after getting it repainted, what I've done to myself: It is just like buying a new car and being paranoid about that first parking lot ding. At least I have the benefit of being the possessor of a handicap card, so I can park in the extra wide handicap spots, affording a greater degree of protection.
I am still trying new show venues to find those that provide the most effective exposure for my works.