Started on May 19 by Swank Force One

1992 Toyota Celica


Alright time for an update! Current modifications: Power (lack thereof)/drivetrain: Cut Civic CAI Leaky exhaust Kirkosaurus Engine mount inserts Handling bits: Megan Racing coilovers (550f/400r) Custom f/r strut tower bracing SuperPro Poly suspension bushings Wheels, tires, brakes: Enkei RP01 Limited Edition 16x8 5x100 +35mm Hankook Ventus RS2 Z212 245/45-16s Brembo Blanks EBC Greenstuff pads Exterior/Interior: Carlos Sainz CS/RC front bumper JDM corner lights JDM Power folding mirrors JDM Toyota rain guards Alltrac front fenders GRM stickers (Woot!) Fully stripped/gutted interior AllTrac front seats Soon to come for 2010 Solo season: battery relocation professional corner weighting Solid motor/tranny mounts Bigger tires Wing? Pictures are of it in the older, simpler, prettier days. At the time of these pictures (Even the last one) there was less than $1300 in the car. I wish i had left it alone some days, it would have done pretty well at the challenge. Looked great, handled ridiculously well, and had budget left for nitrous. XD THIS CAR IS FOR SALE

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March 12
Last conversion parts came...

Scored a set of 89-91 Camry V6 manual tranny axles! $50 for the pair, and …

Jan. 22
Parts are arriving

In preparation for the gen3 3sgte swap that was originally going to be done on …

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April 5, 2009, 9:33 p.m.

Nice Celica! Here's a video you might enjoy:

Dec. 2, 2009, 9:59 p.m.

How much different are these to the alltrac cars? and is it easy to switch one over to an awd? I mean are the bodies the same and such?

Dec. 3, 2009, 11:34 a.m.

They're quite different unfortunately (I used to own this same model Celica). Although the conversion has been done, from my understanding there's lots of things that get in the way of the all wheel drive hardware that have to be extensively modified. You're way better off starting with a factory 4WD model.

Jan. 10, 2010, 4:14 p.m.

Very cool, and I have another question for your comments. The Camry V6 tranny bolts up to the 4cyl, and vice versa? I've suspected, but never heard definative(sp?) info. Look forward to seeing post swap pics.

April 15, 2010, 10:36 a.m.

My favorite celica bodystyle. The front bumper is a nice touch. It's even black too.

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