Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1989
Toyota Celica GT convertible. The Celica was produced from
1970-2006 covering six different generations. Over the years it has
been sold as a two-door notchback coupe, two-door liftback and
convertible models. Our Celica is a fourth- generation model that
was produced from 1985-1989. An all-new model that went from
rear-wheel drive to front wheel drive with a new 2.0 liter
four-cylinder engine. The body took on a new look of a more rounded
flowing appearance. The convertible models were fitted with top
conversions by ASC after shipment from Japan. The conversion
consisted of reinforcements to the body, reconfigured rear quarter
windows and a one-piece fold down rear seat. This 1989 Toyota
Celica GT convertible is painted in light blue with a dark blue
cloth convertible top. Alloy wheels, dual sport mirrors and hidden
headlights are added outside features. The interior is finished
gray velour bucket seating with a center console. Under the hood is
the 2.0 four-cylinder engine attached to three-speed automatic
transmission. Added comfort features include air conditioning,
AM/FM/cassette radio, power convertible top, parade boot, tilt
wheel, cruise control, power windows, power mirrors, power steering
and power brakes. Enjoy some fun in the sun in this 1989 Toyota
Celica GT convertible. A classic car of timeless design and Toyota
1989 Toyota Celica
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