ONE OF A KIND! . . . 1981 Toyota Celica ST Sport Coupe - Survivor
with only 55k original miles, original paint and all 98% unmolested
and as close to stock the way it rolled off the line as your going
to find. This garage kept Celica is rear wheel drive and first year
for the 22R motor and last year for this body style with 5 Speed
manual transmission. It has been stored in temp controlled garage
since 1994. Fuel tank has been dropped and cleaned inside and fuel
pump replaced prior to trying to start it and to get it running
again. It starts right up and idles and runs great with no smoking
or hesitation. This motor is extremely reliable and one of the best
motors Toyota ever built. Interior is all original and in great
original condition for its age, no tears in front or back seats. No
weathering on door panels, passenger door panel has small repair.
Dash is perfect, no cracks or fading and all gauges in cluster work
including the clock! Sunroof is manual crank and works perfect and
original headliner is clean. Exterior in nice shape with original
paint showing signs of minor use with some small dents and
scratches do to normal use and wear. Sunroof has a couple small
rust spots. Underneath is rot free with minor surface rust. Front
hood has minor damage at front center but grill was unaffected.
Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home
and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about
25 cars that is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to
one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
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