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Apr 28, 8:12pm - #167538 
Sell My Celica ?

should I sell it and get an rx-7.

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Apr 28, 8:21pm - #167539 
what year rx7?

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Apr 28, 8:48pm - #167540 
Depends on what you're looking for?

...and yeah, what year?

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Apr 28, 9:02pm - #167541 
i want a faster car that still looks nice. and a 94

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Apr 28, 9:10pm - #167542 
Then go for it thumbsup

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Apr 28, 9:51pm - #167543 
yeah go for it, my cuzin has a Turbo RX-7 95. its way better than the rx-8 also.

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Apr 28, 9:59pm - #167544 
ive thought about doing something like this many times...but in the end i think that keeping the celica is the best choice


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Apr 28, 10:08pm - #167545 
Good luck! Hope you have a good Rotary rebuild shop close by! If not...good luck. Highest Maintenance Vehicle ever... thumbsup

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Apr 28, 10:26pm - #167546 
Yea RX-7's are a pain to keep up with but theyre fast and they still look good at the same time. Only if the Celica had the RX-7's power frown

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Apr 28, 11:05pm - #167547 
i wanted a rx-7..

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Apr 28, 11:06pm - #167548 
Yeah I bet if the Celica and the RX-7 had babies, they would be pretty damn sexy!


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Apr 29, 12:29am - #167549 
Oh my god no!

You're going to sell one of the most reliable cars on the road for... the least dependable (this side of a yugo)?

If you want speed, either go buy a bike or save your money until you can afford something thats less likely to break.


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Apr 29, 3:50am - #167550 
i like the Rx- 8 thumbsup


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Apr 29, 9:15am - #167551 
mr2 93-?
or
rx-7 93-?

Those are my choices for my next car i want to get.
Yes those cars are sick to mod. Pay about 4,000-9,000 grand. Upgrade Turbo ,Ecu , Get a Rebuild block with work done to it. for about now 15,000 you got a fast as freakin car. Celica is nice looking and lasts long , but on the other side its slow compared to those cars.

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Apr 29, 11:24am - #167552 
Originally Posted by TRDCelica01
Yea RX-7's are a pain to keep up with but theyre fast and they still look good at the same time. Only if the Celica had the RX-7's power frown

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Apr 29, 11:51am - #167553 
Originally Posted by RevMonster
Oh my god no!

You're going to sell one of the most reliable cars on the road for... the least dependable (this side of a yugo)?

If you want speed, either go buy a bike or save your money until you can afford something thats less likely to break.


I agree. Toyota makes a great reliable car. Keep the Celica

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