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Master flex

Celica for sale

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Just wondering if this car has come across this forum at any point in time ? For a 10k price tag I would have thought as much

 

https://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201901194094155?advertising-location=at_cars&postcode=ol11st&model=CELICA&page=9&make=TOYOTA&onesearchad=New&onesearchad=Nearly New&onesearchad=Used

 

More than anything though; I owe Kev a massive apology for thinking of turning my interior beige (the Austin's suited it, mind you :D). I figured it would look nice but it is rather atrocious (sorry if the owner reads This, I guess)

 

I promise not to consider it ever again!

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Yeah it's been up for sale before, don't remember what price tag it had then. I don't think it's anyone on here tho

 

I like then interior

I like the body kit

I like the paint.

 

Hate the wing.

Hate the fact that the wheels are making no attempt to fill those arches, in fact I doubt they would fill stock arches.

Hate the pointless decals, ruining the look of that expensive paint,  advertising a soundcloud play list or something. Why keep them on there if you're selling the car? They really are not a selling piont.

 

Don't see him getting anything close to 10.

 

 

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The best part is its a front wheel drive drift car.

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9 hours ago, Master flex said:

More than anything though; I owe Kev a massive apology for thinking of turning my interior beige (the Austin's suited it, mind you :D). I figured it would look nice but it is rather atrocious (sorry if the owner reads This, I guess)

 

I promise not to consider it ever again!

 

Young padawan..you are forgiven :)

 

7 hours ago, Freeman558 said:

Don't see him getting anything close to 10.

 

I actually think it's worth 10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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before you read this dont judge me :lol: 

 

I think that this car is gorgeous. I love everything other than the fact it needs spacers, bigger and different wheels and tyres and needs a 2zz engine (so maybe not everything). 

 

The only issue is he/she is pricing as if its a bass comp winning car and the speakers he/she has are just not that.  if the owner decided to sell it for what it is really worth it would go for 2-4k it would also probably get another k on top if it was the real celica with the 2zz engine in it. 

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Daniel! There is nothing wrong with a 140, I had one for years

 

You could get a real race car, Splinters for 7k, think their in dream world a bit

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Is the key word there "had"?

And I didn't even think about moo, moo is a bargain compared to this!!!

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1 minute ago, ESTHAR_CITY said:

Daniel! There is nothing wrong with a 140, I had one for years

 

You could get a real race car, Splinters for 7k, think their in dream world a bit

 

Was going to say the same

Realistic difference between a 1zz and 2zz is what? 30-40hp?

They're hardly power monsters

 

Anyway, yes if this was worth 10 then Moo must be worth 20.

 

If money and space were no object I would by both and... Keep my ideas to myself as I would probably be lynched for just thinking it :D

 

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I think he/she is working on the principal, if you don’t ask you don’t get  :D

I do like that paint though.

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Was going to say the same
Realistic difference between a 1zz and 2zz is what? 30-40hp?
They're hardly power monsters
 
Anyway, yes if this was worth 10 then Moo must be worth 20.
 
If money and space were no object I would by both and... Keep my ideas to myself as I would probably be lynched for just thinking it
 
30-40 is quite alot in terms of power too weight ratio and acceleration. I agree though its not like it's a standard clio compared to Renault sport clio.

And if I had the money I wouldn't buy this one but I definitely would buy moo.

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Looks like the first half of a project - wheels, spacers, etc, could be good. Colour is awesome ! Nowhere near that price mind, but hey :) 

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Does raise a point on values though as the FB groups are so quick to devalue these cars

 

On every mint GT sale add with low miles it's like "why spend 5k on this when you could buy a 99 140 on 186k with oil burning issues and lacquer peel on every panel for £400"

 

We should all just list our cars on eBay with no intention to sell for a higher price to see what happens :lol:

 

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Tbf the arch gap is pretty much what you saw on most wide-bodied show cars in the early-mid 2000s. Personally I don't think it's too bad, but would look better if they did fill the arches though. 

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