1974 Toyota Celica Overview


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74' Celica (pure Japanese Antique!) by Eric
 — This car has been in the family before I was even born. My Dad bought it New Jersey in 1988' and modified it in paint, trans, springs and wheels. But after 1994 he started to neglect it because he sta... Read More
5 Stars! by Jerome
 — The Toyota Celica are truly JDM Legends, after years of existence they are still one of the sought after collectibles by auto enthusiast and collectors alike. As my daily driver gas mileage is a bit... Read More
If You Can Manage To Find One, Get It. by Justin
 — It is very well built, the paint stayed good for 36 years. Right now mine has been wrecked, so it is in the process of being repainted and all the body work done in my vocational school. No mechanic... Read More

1974 Toyota Celica Overview

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1974 Toyota Celica

The Toyota Celica saw its first major change in 1974, with the addition of the Celica GT to the lineup. The GT differed from the ST mostly in looks only, with racing stripes and chrome-trimmed wheels. The 1974 Celica GT also came with a five-speed manual transmission.

The 1974 Toyota Celica GT came with a two-liter, four-cylinder engine, and the ST was available with the 1.6-liter. The ST was available with a four-speed manual transmission or a three-speed automatic.

The 1974 Toyota Celica earned fans with its sporty appearance, particularly the new GT model. Drivers found the car fun to drive, but was still a well-made Japanese car. Today, the cars are still popular among racing and customizing enthusiasts.


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