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Asked by Jul 10, 2008 at 09:39 PM about the 1987 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: General

Issue #CG080708223137 I fell in love with my first Toyota Camry DX, 1991, sun roof, when I purchased it 3 years ago. Even though aging, body not bad,& she runs good, I have replaced transmisson & rack & pinon, but now it leaks oil from all engine seals.  I just purchased a 1987 Toyota Camry LE, for $550.00. She has better body, better milage, & does not leak oil like the 1991. They both run great, & have same engines, but not same problems, or AC.  I am on disability and can only afford to keep one of them on the road. I love the body styles of both cars and note '87, is a bit larger inside than '91. Is it possible to take the best of both cars and make 1, to me, great car?  Your opinion is greatly appreciated.                  

                                        THANK YOU, SINCERELY,
                                        Joanna Davidson
                                        Bradenton, Fl

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i think u should keep the 1987 one cause cens oil is so expesive u dont want to waste it

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Thanks, I just bought this car, runs great, looks great, but has electrical problems. I have to disconnect battery, something draining it.I was hoping to take new parts off 1991 that leaks the oil, I just put in transmission & rack & pinon in & transfer to 1987.

no sorry parts are not interchangable,

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None, not even starter or ignition switch?

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