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Welcome to the boards man!
1976 Toyota Celica GT Liftback Resto
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Post by Stedi »

Hello, new guy from Finland :wave: I own a 73' TA12 Carina.

Don't really know what else to say, mostly here to look at technical info about modifications and parts biggrin
Carina TA12 - 2T-G
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Post by grug »

Hello Name is Chris from Darwin Australia I own a 74 TA22, and a few other toyotas

Thankyou for the add

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Post by tataga253 »

Greetings from Tacoma, Washington USA. My name is Victor and just wanted to introduce myself. I recently got lucky and was able to acquire a forgotten 73' ST from a auto shop. I'm preparing myself with tools and otherwise to get the car back on the road and I think this forum will be of great help for me. I hope to tap on ideas from the professionals here and I'm looking forward to sharing my progress with you all.
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Post by Luchomy76toy »

Hello my name is lucho , i have a 76 celica coupe.
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Post by neil reid »

welcome to the new guys here :cheers: Please add your location to your profile so we know where you are. Makes it easier when your looking for parts etc also.

If it ain't broke, BREAK IT
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Post by sasmar929 »

Hello there, name is Mark...i live in southern Utah. Picked up a 77 RA24 a few weeks ago, and plan on having some fun with it.
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Post by tjmmotox »

Hey all, I'm new here but spent several years on the classic celica forums back in the day. Here's an updated pic of my '78 ra42, it's got more surface rust than you think but it's been handling winters quite well.
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