I bought the car back in 1994 with 50k
miles on it. Today it has 112k and
although I retired it as a daily
commuter she's still fun to drive when
i play with it. I had to get it
painted, the 91 red paint was awful,
and it needs a new power antenna
assembly. Otherwise it keeps hummin
and feels terrific to drive with t-tops
open on a nice day.
Engine, t-tops, handling.
Make the toyota replacenent parts for
it cheaper. Things dont need
service/repair often, but when they do
you know it.
What more can you ask for? A cup
holder, back seats, cargo room? NO! ITS
A SPORTS CAR!!! I bought my 91 Turbo
about 3 months ago with 74K. I have
owned lots of cars, this one takes the
cake. I take this car to the limit
almost everyday, and it just begs for
more. Haven't lost a race yet. Audi
1.8T, Prelude SH, Corrado, Civic SI,
5.0, the list goes on. I have only a
few minor upgrades, exhaust, ecu,
shortshifter, springs. Not to mention
it corners like a SOB. Combine that
with Toyotas superior reliability and
some damn fine gas mileage...
Exterior design, gearshift location,
and of course, the TURBO.
Wish I didn't have to rewire the almost
the whole car to be able to turn the
fogs on by themselves. Oh well, this
car is the one.
I have had this car for about 5 months
now and I absolutly love it. Aquired
with 165,000 miles and it still runs
strong. Good commuter but even more fun
in the warm weather.
Great overall car that can be inproved
to be a real monster
91-92 need better syncros although if
you these models are the eisiest to
find cheap. I would suggest doing a
tranny swap from a 93-95 you also get
LSD this way. Handling on the 91-92
also get a little tuff in wet
conditions due to a rear suspension
fault that occured in the 91-92
although it really keeps you on your
edge when your fooling around in town.
Engine is also difficult to work on.
Exterior, as well as handling.
Performance is incredible