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1987 Toyota Celica Gts All Original 80k Original Miles Clean Title Runs Great on 2040-cars

US $6,500.00
Year:1987 Mileage:80788
Location:

Brentwood, California, United States

Brentwood, California, United States

 1987 Toyota Celica GTS, All original, 80k Original miles, Runs excellent, Original 2.0 Liter Fuel injection 16 valve 4 cylinder engine, Automatic transmission with Overdrive, Original interior in mint condition, NO cracks or rips, Original Factory Floor mats with plastic covers, Center contol, Power steering, Tilt steering, Power windows, Power door locks, ECT Power trans mode, Tilt steering, Tach gauge, AM/FM Cassette Player, Power side mirrors, Power sunroof, Rear Defroster, Auto Climate control with Air Conditioning, Non Smoker car, Rear seats have never been sat on, Clean title, Currently Registered, Tires are in good shape, Original Alloy wheels, GTS front and rear spoiler, all the lights inside and outside work, All the gauges work good, Timing Belt replaced at 70k, Fresh oil change, No Leaks, NO issues, No Rust anywhere, Original spare tire and tools, Original Manual, Have Recent reciepts from local Toyota Dealer of work done, Paint is in good shape, Overall in very good condition, Rear defroster, Factory Rocker Rock guards, Very hard to find a Celica with such low miles in good condition, This car can be driven Cross country, Only bid if you intend to purchase the car, Full payment is due within 3 days of the auction ending date, Car is to be picked up within 7 days after the auction ends, If you need a shipping quote or have anymore questions send me an email, Good Luck Bidding

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The racing FR-S, which debuted today at the Chicago Auto Show, won't be left stock either, but rather outfitted with a range of official Toyota Racing Development parts and equipment, such as a stainless steel exhaust, new coil overs and springs, upgraded brakes, a bigger air intake and 18-inch wheels, not to mention all of the safety equipment required to keep the celebrities and pro drivers safe. The company says the performance mods have lifted horsepower to 210 from the standard car's 200. Check out the build process for the cars in the video below to see just how much work's been done.
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