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    Degreased and masked up. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk 3 coats of epoxy primer. Need to wait 7 days now for it to fully harden. Then polybush and then a final coat of bedliner. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
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    If you are looking to get sell them, I can see two trains of thought: Sell with the very clear disclaimer that they need some work and may not be safe as is, or; For safety's sake, fix them knowing it will most likely not be very profitable. In the latter case, you might get more money in total by scrapping them. Dunno, get a quote.
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    They look round-ish to me? https://www.liveabout.com/wheel-straightening-3234509
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    Equally having a car just sat there doesn't make much sense either.
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    I sold a set of these many many years ago for 400 with no tyres. Id stick them on eBay as they are personally.
  10. 1 point
    just my pennies worth . . . over the years many people have (reluctantley) sold their much loved celica then,1 or 2 years later, are back on here saying it was "a mistake" & " I should not have done it" & "does anyone know where . . . . is?" With the time, money and effort you have spent on your obvious pride and joy I would keep it until the day comes when the only way you can get out of it is by rolling out on to floor Once it's gone . . . . . . . .
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    Have to say i love the starlet great cars them.
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    Took a while but it worked brilliantly!! Juts need to order my primer, cavity wax and bushes. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
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    my daily went from 40+ a year to under 3 a year, because I changed my job and used my bike when i could. Id still class it as my daily as I'd have no issues parking it in a car park, taking it out in the rain or chucking rubbish in to go to the tip
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    Well I got the camber bushes fully out, and managed to remove the hub assy (angle grinder) just need to remove the bush similar to the camber ones from the control arm and a snapped screw in a nut. (Don't know what this is for yet) I also noticed there are sleeves in the hub assy so have emailed strongflex. The bushes that come for that part doesnt come with a new sleeve but they didn't mention its only the front brush bracket sleeve that needs keeping. Thought I would double check. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
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    got rid of a bit of rust under the car and fitted a whiteline arb in it,s place.
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    I suppose its gonna be a case of cleaning them all up and waiting until I get my new bushes. Its not as if I can accidently push one of the sleeves out. I started last night and its going to keep me busy for a while. Got all the nuts off one side just need to remove the bolts now. Borrowed a decent mapp had blowtorch so shouldn't take too long. I'll take pictures throughout incase anyone else in the future has similar questions. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
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    I’m going to have to agree and disagree. the front bumper, bonnet and windscreen of my celica is ruined from 7 years of motorway driving. Full of stone chips, pitting on the glass and I’ve put 3 front plates on it due to cracking. It did do 20K+ for 3 years running so it’s fair wear in my eyes. Hence me buying a ‘daily’ car that I don’t care about so I can swap the celica for something better than can be kept tidy...but on the other hand, the underside of mine is in pretty good shape for 200k. Far better condition than some 50-60k cars Ive had in work. Hardly any corrosion, all my brakes work without sticking, just a slight leak from the timing chain tensioner and no I’ve never coated anything underneath or any special treatment.
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    Got a top notch clean when she went in for her first annual ceramic coating health check and top up. As soon as the engine had cooled when I got home I got the cover on her. The weather has turned and she'd be looking shite within 24 hours.
  20. 1 point
    She had her first annual ceramic coat health check today. She's looking very shiny
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    As it would of been Japfest today , heres a pic from last year
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    Clean again after several months of neglect due to the crap weather No excuse now whilst "working" from home and a bit of dry weather without a storm every weekend
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    Not posted in here for a while taken a few weeks ago
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