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My 2000 Celica GT-S is my second Celica. In 1977, I bought a '74 GT. I modified slightly. Of course I had a Killer Stereo ( at the time, the SuperTuner 3 was it! ). I really enjoyed it....

:sick: With my 1994 Celica going dead I have been having restless nights with nightmares.Not withstanding its age( and miles 145,540). And I have always taken care of preventive care of my Celica. I...

I'm interested in a 1998 Celica GT hatch with almost 80K miles. It has leather and a sunroof. Can anyone please give me some insight as to how well these things are built and what problems a model w...

1993 Toyota Celica, developed a ticking that got progressively worse due to a soft steel cam shaft, but sold at 89,000 miles in 1978, was burning oil and had rust through in front of the doors....

your decision, then I don't know what would. The Celica has better styling, too. Take it from a current (and VERY happy) Celica GT owner. Had the car since October, and still get stares and questions...

is our 7th Toyota. We started out with a 1985 Celica, went from it to a 1987 Camry, added a 1986 4-Runner, traded that in for a 1995 4-Runner which we then traded in for a 1996 4-Runner after only 5...

First, this topic is about engines. I would rate the 3.4 V6 second to the, I think 3.0 engine used in the Camry. The 3.4 is a great engine. My kids currently have 2 87 Toyota Celicas running 170K and...

You know, a Celica or Camry will run for 500,000 miles, time after time....

The Prius isn't a sports car, but with the new beefed up torque and .29 drag coefficient, the same as the new Celica, it's looking good. Plus, with an EPA 52 mpg city rating, the Prius has a range of ...

the vehicle until next summer when 1998-1999 Celicas (the car I'd want to replace it with) are lower in price. Having the Corolla for another year would help me to continue gaining experience withou...

The MR2 is nice. The Celica and RAV 4 I like alot. The Camry I don't really like it. I liked the 1992-1996 and the 1997-2001 models better than the 02+. The Corolla I liked the 98-02 model better in t...

The salesman said that there is only one cloth trim available, and that is the scratchy, uncomfortable version found on the base. I was told that this is because the RAV4 is more "rugged." I...

List for the electric RAV when I bought my Celica in 12/01 (they had one in the showroom) was $42K. But they did have a $399/mo lease, like the other EVs that made it to the showroom....

I have a 1996 Toyota Celica that had the same problems a couple of years ago, it turned out to be the timing belt. That's a possibility....
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