Engine:1.6L 1587CC l4 GAS DOHC Naturally Aspirated
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: GT Coupe 2-Door
Options: Sunroof, Cassette Player
Drive Type: RWD
Car was bought as a restoration project 2 years ago, I am in grad school now and no longer have the time to invest in the car. It runs great, all electrical parts were brought to functioning status. Does not have AC. The body is in good condition with no serious rust. Engine runs strong and transmission functions well. I have invested a lot of time and money in the car to make it as reliable as possible. The car needs a cold start injector which I will install this week. The car has developed an oil leak from the intake cam seal. I have replaced the seal but it is still leaking. The car drives great. New parts on the car: Water pump, timing belt, front crank seal, alternator, distributor cap wires and O-ring. New oil sending unit gasket, new valve cover gaskets, thermostat and coolant sensor, fuel pressure regulator and throttle body gasket, cold start injector and oil pan gasket. Magnet was added to oil pan. The car also has new ball joints, tie rods in the front, e-break cables, shifter bushings, shifter boot, pedal covers. The car comes with 2 front fenders, big green factory manual + wiring diagram book. Clear Title in Hand.
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Auto blogThu, 29 Aug 2013 19:58:00 EST
The Toyota GT86, in all of its forms, is one of the best-handling cars money can buy, a trait that can put a smile on the faces of all but the most jaded car enthusiasts. But if good handling isn't what they're looking for, then what is? Our first guess would have to be more power, something the 200-horsepower Toyota would benefit from. Autocar tries out that theory by driving two turbocharged GT86s on track, then pitting the more powerful one against the 616-hp McLaren MP4-12C in a track battle.
The first GT86 turbo Autocar's Steve Sutcliffe drives makes around 255 rear-wheel horsepower and a bucket-load more torque than the stock car. That's plenty of power to either have a lot of fun or get into a lot of trouble. But the GT86 that Sutcliffe tails in the McLaren is race-prepped, stripped to the bone and wears slicks to harness a heavy-hitting 335 hp at the wheel. Weighing in at under 2,500 pounds, the Toyota can't overcome the MP4-12C's power-to-weight ratio of 5.3 pounds per horsepower, but it comes pretty close.
Enjoy a lot of chasing and drifting fun in the video below!
After going online in 2006, Toyota's San Antonio, Texas truck plant has just built its one-millionth vehicle, the 2014 Tundra 1794 Edition you see above. The plant originally focused on just the Tundra pickup, but the smaller Tacoma started rolling off the line there in 2010, as well.
Fittingly, the 1794 Edition (a new premium trim level for 2014) pays homage to the property on which the Toyota plant now resides - a ranch that was founded in 1794. Scroll down for the official press release for the plant's milestone, and be sure to check out the full gallery of Tundra 1794 Edition images as well.
While Google and Audi explore the possibilities of autonomous vehicles, Toyota and its Lexus division are studying the intermediate step of vehicles equipped with a deep suite of technology that help drivers make the best decisions. Introduced at this week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Lexus advanced safety research vehicle is an LS sedan fitted with three high-def color cameras to detect objects up to almost 500 feet away, 360-degree Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) lasers that can detect objects up to 220 feet away, three radar units to keep track of other vehicles at intersections, a precision odometer on the rear wheel, GPS that estimates orientation and an accelerometer.
Currently testing at a purpose-built 8.6 acre urban testing ground at the Higashi-Fuji Technical Center in Susono, Japan the Toyota research vehicle is being used to study how to make better drivers, as well as figuring out how to reduce crashes as the industry's journey through passive and active safety systems progresses. In the event of a crash, new rescue systems are also being tested.
Further investment is being put into the Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) that would use shortwave signals to harness information from the car and from other vehicles on the road, as well as roadside infrastructure and even pedestrians. Toyota reasons it could then build a picture of interactions and, for instance, alert the driver to a potential collision at a blind intersection.