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  1. teamdoa

    Accident damage.

    Like others said, I think it depends what the crash has done to your car underneath the body panels as to whether it is worth keeping. The repair/body shops that these insurance companies use charge a fortune to do the work, so even if you have a very small scrape, they factor in the cost of the vehicle/age etc and then the cost the repair/body shops charge and go by that. Sometimes it is best to just get the car back from the insurer and source the parts yourself and take it to some other good repair/body shop of your choosing if you really want to keep the car. In fact most of the time, the very same repair/body shops will do the work for half of what they originally would have charge doing it through your insurance. That might be worth doing if the car is special to you, but remember it will always be tagged as written off in your documents.
  2. teamdoa

    Celica return?

    Do you have some insider knowledge? work for Toyota?
  3. Negative one depending on your view of hairdressers lol. The classic "Hairdressers car" muttered as I drove by some young scally getting into a Civic, but apart from that nothing ever. I get loads of compliments mainly saying how new it looks. Also as someone else said, a few none car people seem to think it is a new model Toyota occasionally.
  4. teamdoa

    Anyone looking for a Sports M

    Seems like a weird thing to do, strengthen the body and have a sun roof. Doesnt seem to be in all that good condition to me. Fair few dents in the doors and missing a few of the TRD goodies.
  5. No doubt I am late with this, but I will throw it out there anyway for those who missed it. http://forzamotorsport.net/en-us/news/hma_6_9_16
  6. teamdoa

    Spark Plug Cover for Gen 7 VVTLI.

    Looks good thanks.
  7. Does anyone know where I can buy one? I see there is a possibility the Lotus one fits? Cheers
  8. teamdoa

    Look at this beauty

    If it is mint with that mileage, it is probably the right price.
  9. I'd get rid and get a 190, miles more fun and cheap.
  10. teamdoa

    Wheel/Rim Colour

    Yeah, that does look nice. I think I will either go gold, or gloss black as it matches my colour scheme.
  11. teamdoa

    Wheel/Rim Colour

    Hello. I am looking at changing my wheel colour from the rather common gun metal to something different. My car is a red Celica GT with OZ ultralegerra. I was thinking of gold, but am finding it hard to find a paint code/colour that looks good in none sunny/light conditions. Has anyone out there and recommendations for colour with the possibility of a colour code. Anyone who has sprayed gold etc? Cheers
  12. teamdoa

    Salt on roads

    I try to clean mine every weekend during winter. Spray it down, and spray underneath.
  13. teamdoa

    Celica GT Interior, good price?

    Drivers bolsters always wear.
  14. Happy 4 Anniversary j4vv4d!