I came across this forum from googling about my 1973 Toyota Carina I just got. The previous owner didn't take car of her. I'm new to fixing cars and thought this site would be a good learning tool. I emailed the site administrator, but with no luck. I wanted to nag the site admin. I have patience, so I bought a Haynes repair manual. Something about 80's supra rims appealed to me. On Craigslist was a person parting an 80's supra. Up for sale were rims. I texted the 916 number. It was a great deal. And he claimed to be a reputable person in the sac car community. I know nothing about toyota subculture. Then he texted me his name.....it was Mike. I recognized the name immediately and sent payment thru PayPal. Not only did I pick up my rims, he got me the membership for this community! Very Cool and knowledgeable guy.
Take your time and invest slowly in your parts, get your rebuilding info and pick a point to start. You have a rare item now so your efforts will justify dollars spent.
I'm an Opinionated Old fart: After selling people Car Parts for three years, I insist that you read the Troubleshooting charts first: I'm Just saying... The Librarian has spoken!! 1973 TA22 GTV 1973 RA21 ST