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Monkey Boy 1

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  • Birthday 04/03/1966

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    Attleborough, Norfolk
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    Gen.6 Vert. JDM

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  1. Interesting, I asked this question on one of the Gen 6 FB pages about how the Mainland Europe owners cope with E10 fuel. So far ALL of them have said no issues. The plot thickens.
  2. A question popped up on one of the Celica FB pages asking if there is any way of finding the original registration of a JDM car before it was imported to the UK. This would be cool to find out as it could be a way of getting some show plates made up and be as original as possible rather than just having some random Japanese plates. Also it would be nice to find out the history of the car too as I am not the first UK owner so don't have any import papers. Does anyone know if this can be done and if so how to go about getting info.
  3. This is what brought me into the Celica world. Was my first Celica, bought back in 2009. Sadly no longer with us but parts went on to at least 30 other cars with the last major bit going only last weekend.
  4. Thought it would be rude not to put one of the vert on here taken last year between lockdowns
  5. Well at least I know the airbag worked on my son's car back in 2019. (1996 ST)
  6. Took the car to the coast over the weekend. Nice little trip to Southwold, Suffolk.
  7. Some people have a so called "daily" and do less than 1500 miles per year. Others have theirs as a 2nd car and do 6 or 7K
  8. Been talking to various friends about this while in lockdown as car mileage for some has drastically reduced. What mileage quantifies 'Use as a daily? ' Some cars are real mile burners 10-20K per year, others are on a limited mileage insurance policy of, say 5k per year, some (like mine) are 2nd cars so only get used at weekends, short trips or car a shows. If you use yoi car on a daily basis but only do 2K per year is this really a. daily compared with someone who does an National average of say 12k Is this fair to comapre? With some clubs who have 'Best daily ise car' as an award, should there be a minimum mileage factored in to the award of, say 8k per year? Just a thought or is this type of award totally pointless due to the diversity of peoples car situations as you can keep a car immaculate if you fo 2 miles per day every day but those who do 50+ per day have more chance of wear & tear. Open for discussion
  9. Facebook has some hillarious comments about Celicas, Especially from our friends 'across the pond' One guy recently wanted a brake upgrade for his ST as he wants to get sub 12sec runs on a 1/4 mile strip. The car is a standard USDM 1.8 ST 7A-FE engine On his profile he says he plays alot of computer games...... Says it all really.
  10. Know your pain. Did my Vert last weekend, then had to do it all again today. Only because the wifes ST was still under cover of our carport.
  11. Not done too much to mine recently but managed to clean, detail and polish the wifes ST. May get round to doing the vert today
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