1976 RA29 Added to the Collection

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1976 RA29 Added to the Collection

Post by sandusky1977 » November 26th, 2018, 2:11 pm

I'm just getting started in the 1st gen fun. Picked this 76 up recently, planning to get it moving under it's own power, then start saving for a major upgrade.

This is Celica #6 at the moment I believe. Current daily is a 99 Celica GT Liftback, another favorite is my 95 Celica with a built 3S-GTE swap, and two more 6th gens getting v6 swaps right now, then there is an 88 Alltrac (forever project). Other than Celicas I have a couple of 4Runners, a mk3 Supra, a Camry V6 5-Speed (donar car). I think that's most of what I'm wrenching on.

Here is the newest addition (I've already picked up tail lights):



It was sitting on a flat tire when I rolled it off the trailer, and I haven't grabbed any good photos yet, but I'm looking forward to spending the next 2,3,5 maybe even 10 years making it exactly what I want. I'm in Ann Arbor, MI and have already been finding some great members here. I'm an admin with the Toyota Enthusiast group on Facebook, a vendor or dealer for several companies including Southbend Clutch and Vivid Racing (if anyone needs a clutch or other parts/accessories that I can get)

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Re: 1976 RA29 Added to the Collection

Post by TA28Dutch » November 29th, 2018, 10:09 pm

Welcome! :D
Looks like it needs a lot of love and care. Lots of good info here, don’t hesitate to ask questions.
Do get a pair of smileys, looks a awful lot better than those US spec logs hanging from the front and rear :shock:
GL, Rob
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Re: 1976 RA29 Added to the Collection

Post by neil reid » November 30th, 2018, 4:12 pm

Welcome, any question big or small Someone will have the answer!
If it ain't broke, BREAK IT

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