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Mustange Jr. —

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 car. When I found out it was my next door neighboors 1977 Toyota Celica I've been walking past on my way to school 3 years in a row I was exctatic! so 4 Qaurts, a few iridium NGK Spark Plugs, Fuel Pump, and a Cap and Rotor from Good old "AutoZone" I got her running. and boy did she run. Until i decided to redline the car while quickly catching up to the traffics speed limit ;) ^_^. Bam!! Uh oh, Come to find out my tank was full of rust and it completely clogged my brand new fuel filter. If your wondering I installed that puppy only 30 miles ago!!! Never the Less High School Graduation was Right Around the Corner. And the Whole reason my wonder Mother got me the car was because I was I was the President of My Automotive Class and recieved 1st place in District. That being said. I decided to rebuild my 20r motor for my highschool project(a required academic acheivement in order to graduate). Granted I could of intullectually choosen anything else so I may Graduate. But I'm a Gear head, which means i'm also a hard head Requirments: 1.) Best freind to help [x] 2.) tools [x] 3.) Haynes Repair guide [x] 4.) Best Machine shop in Town [x] 5.) Motivation [x] the car won 4th place in the world rally tour held in 1976 and 1977 ^_^ goes to show the japanese Engineers actually had something good going as far as concept performance car ^_^ P.S. "I'll be sure to update you as i work on my car so stay tuned ^_^" Sincerely yours Angel *CEO & Founder

Owner for 0 years, 8 months

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: small, fun to drive, and has room to fit a veriety of engines

Cons: may be too small at some points. Plus the Engine had a tendancy of overheating due to stock parts.

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2005 Toyota Celica Reviews

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2004 Toyota Celica Reviews

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2003 Toyota Celica Reviews

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One of the best cars I’ve ever owned. Sold it with 275,000 miles, minimal work done to it. Extremely reliable car, fun to drive with a great look! Read More

2002 Toyota Celica Reviews

Review By Marco

The car us super clean and nice. Rust here and there but its not that bad. It drives smooth and was a great price for it. No complaints. Read More

Love It By Fem_I_am

Overall great car. Good first car or second car. Great fuel economy. Love this car. The power at 140+/- HP for a small car is great but could be better. The handling is great along with the styling. W... Read More

2001 Toyota Celica Reviews

Review By Guru9SCXGS

Its a nice dependable, fun car, especially the manual stick shift, that gets great gas mileage to boot. Read More

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I enjoy driving this type of car I’m very interested in buying it Read More

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