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fletch

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About fletch

  • Rank
    Accelerating
  • Birthday 19/10/1961

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    york
  • Model
    gen6,gen7

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  1. Happy 2 Anniversary fletch!

  2. Happy Birthday fletch!

  3. My other half has no objections to another car but I've run out of space on the drive.guaranteed to see a bargain now.
  4. If you can get a test drive on a gt86 would be interesting on comparing them.
  5. Perhaps the one thing that does improve as you go up the generations is durability to rust?
  6. Always thought the gen5 better screwed together than gen6 but prefer 6 driveability and looks.probably inevitable that each generation feels less "solid" than the previous as manufacturing techniques and materials change.emission standards and cost cutting does the rest.still doesn't excuse gen7 rear styling though...what were Toyota thinking?
  7. Quite liked them on my old vert.
  8. Never had any issues with the standard 7 5 spokes,look good on anything but a 7!
  9. Knowing when to give up on a car is always a difficult thing.especially with a Celica.allowing for the cars age and mileage what other "interesting" car can be run,modified and enjoyed as cheaply as a Celica? Perhaps this is part of the problem,better the devil you know syndrome. Having owned several and inevitably sold some I've always viewed selling a Celica as a necessary step to buying the next one!
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