1985 Toyota Celica
ODOMETER READS 93,150 documented miles, I am the 3rd owner ~Original 22RE motor /2.4 liter /114HP ~5 speed transmission ~Original paint ~Interior in great shape. No cracks on dash. Recaro style front seats shows no wear and tear ~All lights work ~Top - in fair shape no holes no leak / glass rear zippered window with built in defroster ~Kenwood 100 amp stereo with I Phone connection + Sub woofer in rear trunk ~Alarm system ~Cold AC ~RARE ITEM: PARADE BOOT / FACTORY TRUNK LUGGAGE CARRIER ~All mechanical and electrical works especially the convertible top RUNS STRONG / DRIVES GREAT / DEPENDABLE / MECHANICALLY SOUND ~ Hugs the road with Eibach spring, Tokico shocks and front and rear Strut tower bar. ~ New suspension bushings all around ~ 4 wheels disc brakes ~ Aftermarket aluminum fan, temp gauge for radiator cap ~ HP ignition kit coupled with Doug Thorley headers, HP Cat SS Converter to 2.5 exhaust pipes . ~ Orig. alloy wheels with 1 FULL SIZE spare NOTE::I have original steering wheels, fa, air bo, literature,some maintenance documentation also includes cover and SS sports muffler . NEED TO FIX OR REPLACE : SEE PHOTOS replace rear driver side tail light (supplied) replace passenger rear glass window, rust on driver side bottom quarter panel. some surface rust under hoo, edge of front top fender lip replace side view mirror (supplied) L/R ENGINE RACING HISTORY The Toyota Celica GTS entered the 1985 Macao Grand Prix with a modified 22RE engine, although the racing team intended to use a Japanese domestic 140-horsepower, high-compression 18RG engine. However, the Celica entered in the race had a U.S. vehicle identification number, or VIN, so race regulations only allowed a U.S. engine. The team dropped the 22RE in the Celica, qualified for the race, and then finished third place behind two six-cylinder BMWs. It was the highest finish for any 22RE-powered Toyota. ~~~ GOOD LUCK & HAPPY BIDDING!