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  1. I have some 255 calipers and carriers quite cheap that you could rebuild if you need
  2. wsw

    Hello do you know where I can get hold of a Gen 7 tailgate seal at a reasonable price?  Let me know if so thanks.  wsw

  3. This guy is in Serbia and has quite a lot of old Celicas - not the cheapest.
  4. Hi,

    New to club. I have a 2002 1.8 Celica and I need a front passenger wing - I don't know what generation model this is?

    Any help would be much appreciated.



  5. Is it not just painted? Do you have a pic of the other side? ignore that - just spoke to rich and he reminded it what it looks like .
  6. I can measure it and you can compare other side?
  7. is it different from the celica st162? I might have one later this week Gary loveday on facebook makes the shelf clips - ive sent him a screeshot of this request
  8. Cant imagine it costs a lot to renew a trademark and would think its a just in case thing more than anything else. If they do bring out a celica - I want it to be a proper toyota I would have considered the new supra if it was a toyota - I like BMWs but I dont want one, sorry but the build quality is not the same which shows when cars get 10-20 years old. I dont buy into the reason being that the heart of supra was a straight 6. They could have used the lexus RC platform which would have given them a 2.0 turbo, hybrid, 3,5 v6 4wd and a 5.0 v8 monster for not a lot of e
  9. I say this whenever I hear people say "OH look toyota has another recall - not as great cars as you keep saying" Great example is the window switch recall on the mk2 yaris at 10 years old. VAG window switches break after 5 years and they have done for years, same as there window regulators which have been the same shitty design for over 20 years! Add to that door looms breaking after 3 years and the dealer not being able to supply them as there is a 3 month backlog - yet they deny there is a known fault. Even the oil issue on the 1zz - the VAGs had a
  10. Do think it’s pretty amazing that Toyota are replacing the inflators on air bags on 25 year old cars when officially the service life was 10 years.
  11. Seen loads of corollas/ versos/ avensis that have rusted and snapped under the rubber. But on the celicas never seen one snap and when ive taken the rubber and ciut the metal part off completely they havent been rusty underneth. Its another example of the difference in component / build quality that Ive seen with european vs japanese built cars. Have you found the same? Theres loads of small things ive found over the years to be common on euro built cars compared to jap built cars that have put me off them.
  12. I pulled the rubber part off mine when it came loose and left the metal bit under on it and it was fine , see loads of cars where the rubber has come off - probably more didnt have it than did to be honest.
  13. seen this car for sale a few years ago, it had about 5000km on then and the pics underneath were mint. Also had red stripes around it I am tempted but I ended up selling my auto jdm white one as they wanted £2000 to insure it.
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