2004 Toyota Celica GT Review, Walkaround, Exhaust, & Test Drive
Built from a completely different era, the Celica proved that Toyota did in
fact once place driving fun as a top priority within their line-up. Even
with the engine from a Corolla, the sport coupe's feathery curb weight,
sharp steering, and crisp 5-speed transmission made for an incredibly fun
vehicle. Only a cramped interior, high levels of noise, and a general lack
of features kept the Celica off the short list of most buyers.
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1975 Toyota Celica GT TA27
The car had a 2T 1600 GT twin cam engine with 5 speed gearbox. Apparantly
this model was only sold in Japan, not the UK.
I bought as a 'non runner' in Japan, although it drove fine and had only
done 47,000 kms,
It was complete, nothing missing and all the interior and chrome work was
There was the usual rust on the sills, arch, doors and tailgate edges.
It now has the 3SGE Yamaha tuned engine from the Toyota Altezza with
matching 6 speed gearbox. Sourced from a customer who damaged her car.
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Toyota Celica: Japan's Forgotten Fastback
These days, old-school JDM is defined by the 240Z, Skyline, andthe 510. But
Nissan wasn't the only player at the time. Brian Karasawa describes his
passion for Japan's most overlooked classic--Toyota's first-gen Celica.
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