Soo I'm planning to buy a 1991 all white, toyota celica STX , fifth generation sports car. it has 151k miles on it. the price was originally $900 but the owners claims he just want to get rid of it an

Asked by Aug 01, 2015 at 06:26 PM about the 1991 Toyota Celica

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

please help. does anyone know whats wrong with it? is it a simple fix .. how much will i be
spending to fix it up.. the car is in great condition in the out and the body is clean as well.

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Have no clue what's wrong with it. If anything. Not near enough information. But maybe, just maybe, he is telling the truth and it's either sell it for $900 or junk it....sometimes folks, myself included, have cars that they just want GONE, out of their driveway, out of sight. A nuisance to be disposed of. A 25 year old car - 151k - can be that. But...on the other hand ...if it has been well maintained a '91 Celica with a 1.6L 4A FE can go 250k easy

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