1973 Toyota Celica Overview

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I Love My Little Red Beast :-) by Tanya
 — Love how this car handles. Braking and acceleration is awesome and handles really well. She hasn't needed to much in regards to repairs but has had a lot of replacement parts under the bonnet, but tha... Read More
1973 Celica Gtv by Bagus
 — A japanese muscle cars that has a performance better than it's successor. Powerful looks. It has a really needy fuel consumption. Very hard to maintain because of not much garage would take this piece... Read More
Eraser X by judge_roy
 — I LOVED this car! was one that had the five speed. All worked beautiful, if it weren't for the rust and ruin. Drove it to Cleveland to Milwaukee many times. Kicked ass!, running faster than any oth... Read More

1973 Toyota Celica Overview

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1973 Toyota Celica

The 1973 Toyota Celica did not see any significant changes from the previous year. Although it was only in its third year on the US market, by 1973 the Celica was considered another Toyota success.

The 1973 Toyota Celica was available in one trim level, the ST coupe. It had a four-cylinder, 1.6-liter engine.

The 1973 Celica was well liked due to its sporty styling, which was reminiscent of early Ford Mustangs. Owners liked that they could get a dependable Japanese car but not have to settle for boring style. Today, the 1973 Celica has many admirers who love the car�s decidedly 70s appearance. While customizations of the e1973 Celica are popular, there are plenty of other owners who insist on keeping their Celicas in original, pristine condition.

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