Good for you, and the kids. The fist half dozen vehicles I owned were all sticks. I still think it ought to be part of the driver's ed. curriculum too, this learning how to drive them .I just got this car, needs some work but its primarily going to be used to teach the kids how to row.
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Its a 1991 Celica , Single owner in relatively solid state.
I will definitely put the OZ TTE wheels on it on a minimum, and perhaps a used TRD supercharger kit
I wanted 15000 EUR but I do have problems selling it and I reduced it to 11000 EUR - amount I invested in it.You should have no problem selling it, how much you want for it?
Growing up in Kenya, I grew up with Safari Rally, man oh man.. I had died and gone to petrol heaven...coming back to Celica, I am also very nostalgic about it. We used to have an European rally champion back in the 90's who drove it. All the kids who were petrolheads wanted to be like him.
I think I will keep it simple, Get it clean inside, work on the interior and make it clean, Everything I look at from wheels to turbo kits, superchargers, etc. are more expensive than what I paid for the car. So, Its painful to spend. I think I will try keep it bone stock.Cool! Good luck modifying this classic beaute and teaching your kids how to drive.
This is sweet! is it manual? You can sell it to me and we will be both happy
Well, it was a slow car... make sure they know how to drive it first.I really need to hold my horses on spending until the car is smogged though, and the kids learn how to drive, before I go berserk on it.
Mine was a white '85.I learned to drive a stick on a 1989 Merkur XR4Ti in radiant red, I would do almost anything to have it back.