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Asked by Nov 23, 2008 at 12:47 AM about the 1991 Toyota Celica GT Hatchback

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first celica ever?

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actually the '91 was a 5th gen.. 1st gen. was around 1977 i think ( i had a teal '92 GT back in the day :-D)

I have a 1989 Toyota Celica GTS.

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Too many Celicas to make sense. I had a 1981 Celica Super and drove it for 16 years and never changed the brakes. What a super car it was! Also have a 2004 Celica GTS that is on the market now because of a move to New York City and cars don't mix with taxis in that town.

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