12-22-15 HUGE update! | 1985 SR5 AE86, 1988 ST165 Celica

Kiraush
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12-22-15 HUGE update! | 1985 SR5 AE86, 1988 ST165 Celica

Postby Kiraush » Sat Aug 29, 2015 11:42 am

Here's what I'm currently working with. :)

As of 12-16-2015 I have decided that having like seven cars is far too much for a very broke very starving college kid, and it was very difficult for me to claim to be a broke college kid when I had seven cars sitting at my father-in-laws shop.

So I sold off everything but my AE86 (and technically my AE92, but that's only still around because of the blacktop 20v that is in it. It's getting crushed once I stop being lazy and pull that.) The actual reason I sold everything is better though, I found a project I wanted more than all of them combined. ;) Keep scrolling.

1988 Toyota All-trac Celica Hatchback, 5-speed, 3S-GTE.
1 of an estimated 2,250 imported into the United States.
#6,337 of an estimated 12,000 produced.
Currently riding on what I suspect is blown struts because it's pretty bouncy lol, plan is to get it completely stock aside from a few tasteful upgrades and deletes.
First priority is fixing the quarter panel.

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1985 Toyota SR5 AE86 Corolla Hatchback, 5-speed, 4A-C.
I have started parting out the 4A-GZE that I was rebuilding for this project, as I found someone to trade me a Silvertop 20v 4A-GE for my KE30 Corolla, which was a good trade for him, but I had only paid 500$ for the car so it was also a good trade for me monetarily. Still riding on basic/trash lowering springs, still amazing things planned to come!

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Donor cars:

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==========Previously=====================

TRADED - 1977 Toyota KE30 Corolla Coupe, 5-speed, 3T-C swapped.
Bought it for 500$ on 8/21/2015, guy gave me a steal on it as a wedding present, so no mods yet!

Traded for a 1980 Corolla with a 20v Silvertop 4A-GE, gave the shell of the Corolla to my father in law.

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SOLD - 1989 Toyota AW11 MR2, 5-speed, supercharged 4AGZE.
My plans with this is to lower it a little bit and keep it near stock but built up slightly (cheap effective mods) and keep it 100% reliable, the AE86 will be my focus of build.

Sold for 2,000$, Paid 1,000$

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SOLD - 1991 SW20 MR2, 5-speed, V6 1MZ-FE swapped.
Purchased this as a track car for extremely cheap, has a salvage title.

Sold for 1,750$, Paid 1,000$

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SOLD - 1988 MK3 Supra, 5-speed, 7M-GE.
Bought this intending to take the transmission out for my AE86, then parting out the rest of the car for a profit.
Ended up getting offered more than I could turn down for it, so it's gone. :<

Sold for 1,750$, Paid 200$

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Clouds
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Re: My Projects. :)

Postby Clouds » Sat Aug 29, 2015 12:14 pm

That's soooo coooooooool! :o
There shouldn't be a day that goes by where you don't learn something new.

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Re: My Projects. :)

Postby trigun402 » Mon Aug 31, 2015 7:16 pm

Multiple fun cars? How do you manage.

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Re: My Projects. :)

Postby Kiraush » Tue Dec 22, 2015 1:57 am

HUGE update!

trigun402 wrote:Multiple fun cars? How do you manage.


I manage much better now, haha!

Clouds wrote:That's soooo coooooooool! :o


Even cooler now!

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Re: 12-22-15 HUGE update! | 1985 SR5 AE86, 1988 ST165 Celica

Postby Clouds » Mon Jan 04, 2016 9:31 am

I'm digging the Celica, man.
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