Any idea of its resale value? Mine is in very good condition, white, GT coupe, about 119,500 miles.

Asked by Jul 25, 2013 at 04:03 PM about the 1987 Toyota Celica GT Coupe

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21,525

it's worth what someone is willing to pay, its the model after they were rwd so they arn't as sought after. I have seen newer (94ish) go for 1500-2000 here in Ga. I bought my 85 celica for 1700, working everything with 118,000, only flaw was the gas tank lid has some rust repair but noticeable and faded paint a little. I cant imagine you would get much more than 2000.

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