1979 Toyota Celica Overview

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1979 Toyota Celica Overview

The 1979 Toyota Celica did not change from the previous year, when it was redesigned.

The 1979 Toyota Celica was available as a coupe ST and GT and a hatchback GT. The engine was a four-cylinder, 2.2-liter engine.

The 1979 Toyota Celica was a popular car, but those who loved the Celica for its sporty handling found this generation of Celicas, which offered a smoother, more comfortable ride, to be disappointing. Still, today the 1979 Celica is often used for racing, but almost always with modifications. Celicas of this era are also prone to rust problems.

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