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77 Liftback

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77 Liftback last won the day on June 29

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About 77 Liftback

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  • Birthday 13/04/1967

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    Male
  • Interests
    70's and 80's Punk Rock, , guitars , Japanese Cars of the 70's and 80's , Daihatsu Fourtraks , Datsun
  • Model
    RA28 and ST162

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  1. I was in the Z Club (and TEC) back in the early 90's , and the Z Club organised the Japanese Classic and Sportscar Days at Goodwood '92 and Aintree '93 ( I went to both ) They were not called Japanese Auto Extravaganza From memory , after those shows things then moved to Billing , with the Z Club Convention and the TEC National , when they started inviting other Japanese car clubs , which got bigger and bigger and ended up being billed as JAE in 1997 I'm not normally so pendantic , i just think it odd they saying it started in 1991 , wen it didn't althou could just be a genuine mistake , getting a 1 and a 7 mixed up
  2. Looking at the T shirts on the JAE website and see they have got Est. 1991 on them I am pretty sure that JAE started either 1996 or 1997 , not 1991
  3. Heres the results for the GT4 and the vert , GT4 made more than the estimate. don't know if that's the hammer price or if it include the buyers commission https://www.glenmarch.com/cars/results/quick/Toyota/Celica?unsold=1 The 1977 ST is in the August auction https://mathewsons.co.uk/auctions/auction-dates/vehicles/10791-expected-for-july-sale-1977-toyota-celica-st According to the DVLA is not been taxed since 1986 !
  4. Sssshhh mate , you said you wouldn't tell anyone haha
  5. Here's my first of 12 Celicas I have had , still got three of them , I have consistently owned at least one Celica for the past 30 years ! My first Celica , 1981 1600 ST Coupe , pic was took in 1988 ,
  6. Got mine today , very nice Thanks to all involved
  7. Thankyou The weather was total opposite to Clumber Park couple weeks ago ! It was very windy and raining all day , which spoiled it , other than that it was good , i was suprised how many cars were there given the weather ( guessing about 300 or more ? ) can only imagine how much bigger and better it would of been dry.. The Motor Museum was very good Here a pic for general idea of the weather
  8. I bought my first Celica in 1988 , a '81 Gen 2 1600 ST Coupe TA40 , Currently own 3 Celicas and had 12 in total Here's other cars i have had , roughly in order. 1974 Mk1 Escort 1977 Chevette '78 Datsun Laurel 200L ( first Celica ) Then : '79 Datsun 280 ZX 2+2 '80 Datsun 280 ZX 2+2 Targa '79 Datsun Skyline 240K GT '79 Datsun 280 ZX 2 seater '85 Honda Acty Pick Up '78 Datsun 120 Y '77 Datsun 100 A F11 '88 Daihatsu Hi Jet van '90 Toyota Liteace van '91 Daihatsu Rugger ( JDM Fourtrak ) '94 Daihatsu Fourtrak (current daily/workhorse) Think i remembered them all Got pics of them all , except the 120 Y
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