An advertisement for the sale of a completely restored Toyota Celica of 1974 model has appeared on a foreign website.
This Celica, offered at the Bring A Trailer, has been completely refurbished and modified, and has covered just 1,600 km after a major overhaul. The car is sold with a set of spare parts, assembly records.
Work on the car began with disassembling the body and removing all areas of rust. The Celica was then repainted in Voodoo Blue and then fitted with a front spoiler, AP Racing carbon mirrors, Lexan fixed glass windows and new LED headlights and taillights.
The car was fitted with 15-inch XXR rims with polished edges and 205/50 Nitto NT05 tires.
The suspension has also been redesigned using Techno Toy Tuning parts and includes a four-link rear Panhard bar. The suspension changes are complemented by a large front brake kit with two-piece rotors and four-piston Wilwood calipers. The steering gear has also been rebuilt – this is stated in the text of the announcement of the sale.
Various changes have also been made to the interior of the Celica. For example, it features BRAUM racing seats with black leather inlays and blue denim center sections. There are also a range of powder-coated aluminum parts and brown diamond-patterned fabric on the dashboard, center console and door panels. Other updates include red Corbeau straps, a Momo Prototipo steering wheel with quick release collar, and a Haltech digital dashboard.
Power is provided by a 2.0-liter inline-four 3S-GE engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission.
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