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Looking To Purchase 1971 Thru 1977 Toyota Celica Gt. Can Anyone Help ?
Trying to locate one that's for sale. Not to ruff. Retiring soon. Need a project. Brings back memory's. I would like to restore it myself so if it,s not to bad, be willing to take a shot at it. Unab...
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Over Heating Engine And My Heater Will Only Blow Out Cold Air.
I have a 2003 GT Toyota celica and recently i was driving on the freeway and my heater stopped working correctly. my heater started to blow only cold air out of my register vents. I tried to turn the ...
Where Is The Fuse Box Located?
I wanted to replace a fuse but I can't locate the fuse box. Usually they're in the glove box. Anyway I cant find the manual and I was just wondering where the fuse box is located?
2000 Toyota Celica Gt-s Is Sluggish When Driving After Sitting For A Few Ho...
When I start driving my 2000 Celica after its been sitting a few hours or overnight, it will lag when I begin moving forward in first gear (manual transmission). Specifically, I can give it any am...
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About the Toyota Celica
The Celica is a true Toyota classic. Produced from 1970 to 2005, it was much beloved by owners.
The Toyota Celica was designed to appeal to consumers who wanted a good, dependable Japanese car but who also wanted something a little more exciting than the typical Japanese compact sedan. It was available as a notchback, hatchback, and convertible at various points in its lifespan.
The Celica is popular for racing, particularly rally racing. The earlier models are especially popular due to their rear-wheel drive. The Celica also won numerous awards and honors throughout its lifetime, including Consumer Reports' 2002 "Most Reliable Sporty Car."
In 1979, Toyota introduced the Toyota Celica Supra, a high performance version. However, by 1986 the Supra had become a separate model.
The Celica was discontinued after the 2005 model year, due to slow sales and increased competition. The Scion tC is its successor.