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  1. should be a sticker under the bonnet?
  2. A lot of sellers are middlemen. So they will create 1000s of listings of items that they dont personally have in stock but there suppliers have, when an item sells they then ship directly from manufacturer/supplier. This is why you might find the same item for sale by 10 - 20 different sellers but when you buy it, they are all out of stock - this happens with UK sellers as well. A member on here had it with ta22 shocks a few years ago. ebay doesnt give out email address's anymore to sellers, you get a forwarding email address instead.
  3. seals on the gen7 are generally ok, main thing is putting a film of oil on them before putting the pipes back in - usually use the old compressor oil that comes out
  4. Might also be to do with average emissions across there range, they need the smaller cars to balance out the bigger ones to meet targets. There are some bolt on supercharger conversions available.
  5. i prefer the look of the old one
  6. Dont do it, its something we used to do a lot on older cars but even then we would very carefully wrap things like distributor and then use compressed air to dry everywhere. Have seen cars with endless problems because water has got into electrical plugs. Get any on the plug leads on that fe engine and you will be getting misfires randomly for months. Screwfix do a 5l degreaser - use that neat with a paint brush - you will get more off with that then you will with steam cleaning
  7. I have some 255 calipers and carriers quite cheap that you could rebuild if you need
  8. 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

  9. This guy is in Serbia and has quite a lot of old Celicas - not the cheapest.
  10. 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.

    Pat

     

  11. 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 .
  12. I can measure it and you can compare other side?
  13. 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
  14. 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 effort - and with all those platform options I reckon it would probably sell a lot better as well .
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