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FS: 90 Celica All-Trac Turbo Bad Engine $4950 #316745 Nov 3, 6:20am Nov 3, 6:20am
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1990 Red, Arrest Me Red, Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
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1990 Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
Felix29 OP
1990 Red, Arrest Me Red, Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
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1990 Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb

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Michigan
FS: 90 Celica All-Trac Turbo Bad Engine $4950
I have my All-Trac here because I'm now looking for a 7gen GT MANUAL, will trade plus some cash on our part. It'd be great if it still had a warranty!

No bs here.

The Intake valve in cylinder #2 is not taking in air, but is actually letting air out. Have I think about 40% compression loss in it. It will need a new engine, or you can rebuilt. Great for a project car.

Options
Power Locks
Power Windows
Power Mirrors
Power Driver Seat w/ adjustable supports
Full Leather Interior
System 10
Sliding Sunroof
Cruise Control
Automatic Climate Control
A/C
Heat
Automatic Steering wheel lift
ABS
Foglights
15" Alloy Wheels
4 Wheel Disc Brakes
AWD, Turbo (as if you didn't know)

Condition of the car (besides engine)
It still runs, very rough though. I actually drove it 25 miles to have my shop find out what the problem was. (Just got it back 11/02 and I drove it doing 55mph for about 10 minutes back to the garage)

Exterior
The color is red. It got keyed behind the driver door, had a pinstripe (which we took off), clearcoat peeling on driver fender. Paint is fair. When we first got the car, I gave it a complete buffing job, wash, and meguirs wax, it looked incredible even with the blemishes.

Interior
Usual driver side support wear, small tear in the backseat, otherwise, incredibly clean! The Feel of the leather and the seats feels "natural" Non-smoker.

Engine/Bay
It also has an oil pan leak.
In the engine bay, everything is stock, very very clean.
The turbo spooled up very well and seemed healthy.

History of the car
It was bought in 1990 probably, lol. Anyways, I beleive we are the 3rd owner. The 2nd owner (previous) bought the car about five years ago and garaged it for almost the entire time since we bought it (7/15/04). At purchase, it had an oil change sticker that dated 5/99 95,000 miles. We bought the car at 96,xxx miles.
The car sitting for that long then being commanded as a daily driver was probably to rough on it.

Extras
Aiwa CD/MP3 Headunit w/ remote
Radar Detector

New
Fuel Filter
Fuel Pump w/ gaskets, main hoses
Distributor Cap
Rotor
ATS Knock Sensor (Needs to be put in)

We got brand new tires before the problems. They are Continental Extreme Contacts and literally, only have less than 200 miles on them.
The price can be lowered if you would like to skip on the 15" wheels and tires, and I will stick some 14" steelies with bad tires.

There is also a brand new A-Pillar gauge setup. It consists of a Triple Pillar Gauge pod from Lo-Tek, Autometer Boost Gauge, Oil Pressure, and Water Temp. It is not installed. If you would like to skip on them, the price can be lowered.

The car currently has 97,xxx miles on the chassis which was incredibly solid and was just a blast to drive. I'm really sad to let it go. The engine was going to be rebuilt but the most logical sense would be to get a newer, more economical car. This is my g/f's car, if it were mine, I'd have a 2nd Gen 3S engine coming from Jarco this Spring.

$4,950
(c) 1.269.208.1834 Please leave a message if I'm not available.
I'm located in St. Joseph, Michigan, 49085. I am 1.5 hours north of Chicago, 3 hours west of Detroit to give ideas.
Thanks for your time, Paulo

More notes. E-mail me with questions please! CelicaT29@hotmail.com
I do have pictures, but am just to lazy to host them. I can send through e-mail, keep in mind it's 1meg worth. But please, only if you are seriously interested. Don't waste my time and yours.

I should have put that, it can definatly be rebuilt. If you could do it yourself, you would save a lot of money. The only reason we aren't doing it is my dad and I don't have the time right now to replace the engine, so we'd have to pay for a shop to do it. Plus, my g/f really needs a car more suited for her.
Like I said, if it were my car, I would have an engine coming from Jarco this spring. I finally have a chance at an AT and I have to say goodbye to it!

The price CAN be lowered just by passing up on the rims/tires, Lo-Tek Pillar/ Autometer Gauges, & MP3 player.

Might as well throw this out there, we will consider trades for a Good condition 7 gen GT, MUST be manual transmission. Of course, the trade would include some cash on our part:)

Also, the car will NOT be parted out. I'm not gonna let an AT dissapear.

This seller is located near: SAINT JOSEPH, MI

Re: FS: 90 Celica All-Trac Turbo Bad Engine $4950 [Re: Felix29] #316746 Nov 3, 6:24am Nov 3, 6:24am
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Michigan
1990 Red, Arrest Me Red, Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
Felix29 OP
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1990 Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
Felix29 OP
1990 Red, Arrest Me Red, Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
New Member
1990 Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb

Joined: Nov 2004
Posts: 4
Michigan
I forgot to mention...
I'm not "new" to everyone, I've been on celica.net for almost 3 years, and have been on alltrac.net and mr2oc.com (for my mr2).

The fuel pump is also Walbro brand, and has new hoses/gaskets to/from the fuel pump.


Please ask any questions or e-mail me! Thanks!

Re: FS: 90 Celica All-Trac Turbo Bad Engine $4950 [Re: Felix29] #316747 Nov 3, 2:10pm Nov 3, 2:10pm
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can you email (nux_@Hotmail.com) me pics of the car? or you can just post it here thumbsup

Re: FS: 90 Celica All-Trac Turbo Bad Engine $4950 [Re: Pnoy] #316748 Nov 3, 3:05pm Nov 3, 3:05pm
Joined: Nov 2004
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Michigan
1990 Red, Arrest Me Red, Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
Felix29 OP
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1990 Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
Felix29 OP
1990 Red, Arrest Me Red, Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb
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1990 Toyota Celica Alltrac Turb

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Hey, I could not send you all the pics, so I'm not even sure which ones you got! The pics were to much for the account, so let me know which ones you got and if you want more. Thanks!

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