1977 Toyota Celica Overview


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GT coupe
GT liftback
ST coupe

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Mustange Jr. by Angel123
 — Appearance wise she's a beauty. I recieved my car as classic gift from my beloved mother, and at first I thought it was a joke...Not that the car was a joke but the fact that she bought me my first... Read More
Fantastic Car! by Zogzog
 — I've owned this car since it was new in 1977 and I have always loved it. There are very few around anymore. I always liked the styling which is similar to the fastback Mustang. This car is all origina... Read More
Black Beauty by Dennis
 — These early Celica's are great, easy to work on, i've owned about 30, I restore and sell these Celica's and the parts on Ebay, This one was one of my Favorites, Looked and drove like a new car. Thanks... Read More

1977 Toyota Celica Overview

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1977 Toyota Celica

The 1977 Toyota Celica saw no significant changes from the previous year, when the hatchback was introduced to the lineup.

Both the coupe and the hatchback were available in the GT trim level, which offered sporty handling, upgrading interior finishes, and distinguishing body features like racing stripes and chrome-trimmed wheels. The coupe also came as the base-level ST. The 1977 Celica had a 2.2-liter, four-cylinder engine.

The 1977 Toyota Celica was popular because it offered a solid, dependable ride with sporty looks. Some drivers have complained that the GT, with its wider tires, can be difficult to steer when combined with no power steering and rear-wheel drive.


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