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Cal670

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About Cal670

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    Mansfield, Notts
  • Interests
    Celicas, JDM cars, rock & metal music, & curry.
  • Model
    VVTi "Red"

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  1. Image hosting

    As above, +1 for flickr.
  2. No MoT for 40 Year Old Cars

    Tractors don't require an MOT to be driven on the road. So could be some really old tractors driving about with dangerous mechanical faults for all we know. Saying that, I've never actually seen a tractor broken down on the side of the road.
  3. Celica return?

    Well there was an article on various motoring sites back in the March, saying that Toyota are planning a 3-car sports line-up. The GT86, the new Supra, and possibly, even a new MR2. There's been no updates since then however, but I'm hoping we will get to hear something pretty soon.
  4. Sorry dude, didn't want to come across as insensitive. I did a similar thing a couple of years back. Tried to park between 2 cars in a Sainsburys car park and caught my near side door on the rear bumper of a mini. Had a lot of scratches to polish out the next day.
  5. Assuming from the description that was self-inflicted?
  6. Rotated my wheels around diagonally to prevent early tyre wear. Should be good for another 6-7000 miles now.
  7. can not believe mr T prices sometimes

    Nearly £40 a side for a strut boot, could get them for about £22 at the time from TCB parts. Apparently a genuine TRD spoiler (unpainted) was somewhere around £1200 only a couple of years ago.. On the plus I got a free sump plug washer from them last December
  8. The amount we had to drill open the holes in the boot to fit my second TRD spoiler... Still doesn't it flush lol.
  9. Does anyone else get MOT nerves?

    I think my nerves come from my first ever MOT being a fail (on my old XR2), and my Celica's first being a fail due uneven braking at the front (never actually noticed anything myself though). 2 passes ever since though
  10. Insured mine for another year yesterday. Managed to get nearly £100 off of my renewal price after abit of bartering over the phone.
  11. Celica sales figures

    I thought Toyota had a strict build policy no matter where their cars are assembled? For example their cars built at the plant in Derby (e.g. E12 Corolla T Sport). Employees are said to do alot of overtime to make sure the cars are built up to the same exacting standards of the Jap built ones.