1978 Celica GT coupe, loaded with a stick, in a beautiful 70's orange.
So I’ve decided that I really could do with a 2nd car, mostly due to the winter coming up and the heater/blower really is pathetic on my VX220 and I don’t fancy having to sit in the car for 10-15 mins waiting for the screen to clear.
Took this pic with you in mind...hope you enjoy this vintage, and may it cheer you after a tough week.
Organized my grandmother-in-law’s garage today and came across this:
Why can’t I have nice things?
Haven’t been op Oppo a lot the past year or so, been too busy with studies. But with summer only a month away,its time to start thinking about car plans again.
There was also a first gen Supra but I didn’t get a pic of it.
Answer: YOU DIDN’T. Until now. And yes, it is manual.
I often wonder how different things might of have been had I found a GT-S instead of my GT. I can tell you I looked for about six months, and certainly never found more than two GT-S’, and definitely not for a measly $3500 or in this condition, which I would have bought without thinking.
Seriously, just look at this damn thing.
Possibly the only RA35 Celica in the states, owned by a local Japanese importer.
You guys ever heard of this Spanish bloke named Carlos Sainz?
I replaced my 1985 Celica that was in more-less excellent condition with a 1984 Tercel in excellent condition only when compared to other Tercels. I paid the same amount up front for each vehicle. How do the two compare directly? You won’t BELIEVE your jaw-dropping, breathless-leaving, mechanics-HATE-him, #9!
OK, the GT-Four is in a different game on performance (but isn’t everything). It’s got an extra 40hp, two more driven wheels, and a bucketload more torque, though against that the GT86 is about 100kg lighter.
Looks about a 1973 Celica and per ad a 74 260Z
It’s 2002 and you three probably dependable sport compact cars to get you moving. Which will you choose?
That purple TA22 Celica GT could be swapped out for another Celica. Dr.Zoidberg and ImmoralMinority inspired me. The yellow Celica is a 1973 TA22 ST
Since I heard you like Toyotas: