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jake21 Aug 7, 11:08pm - #34040 
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different engine?

would a toyota supra engine from a 2000 fit in a celica???without any major mods
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Grand-Touring-Dan Aug 7, 11:10pm - #34041 
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Probably not. Actually...no. We do not have enough room in the engine bay for that. You would need to relocatre things, and probably leavce out some things.
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insult insult insult insult insult, ummmm no, ummmmmm yes if you have the money

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Street Prototype Aug 7, 11:11pm - #34043 

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get the body extended and get it wider laughsilly

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VSGTS14 Aug 7, 11:35pm - #34044 

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or just buy a supra.

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jgmx Aug 8, 12:04am - #34045 

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Do they still makin the supra brand new?? i dont thinks so though. Just wondering rice

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spaztikid Aug 8, 12:31am - #34046 
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y would you want that?
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VSGTS14 Aug 8, 12:33am - #34047 

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Originally Posted by jgmx
Do they still makin the supra brand new?? i dont thinks so though. Just wondering rice


production stopped in 98 for US.

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spaztikid Aug 8, 12:38am - #34048 
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i heared from someone that if you join the military and are stationed somewhere the military will ship your car back for free when you come home. So all you have to do is join the military, get stationed in Japan and buy a supra...No Biggie.
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VSGTS14 Aug 8, 12:41am - #34049 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
i heared from someone that if you join the military and are stationed somewhere the military will ship your car back for free when you come home. So all you have to do is join the military, get stationed in Japan and buy a supra...No Biggie.


supra production in japan was stopped in 00 or 01.

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spaztikid Aug 8, 12:42am - #34050 
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thats still pretty new... but you can get skylines and s15's there for like 20-30k
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Street Prototype Aug 8, 1:02am - #34051 

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Originally Posted by spaztikid
i heared from someone that if you join the military and are stationed somewhere the military will ship your car back for free when you come home. So all you have to do is join the military, get stationed in Japan and buy a supra...No Biggie.


no, if you get stationed in Japan and you bought a car from there you cannot ship it to US, why? first its a right hand drive, second the emissions will not pass US standards,

if your car is left hand drive and get stationed in Japan, you will not be able to ship your car since its a left hand drive

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generic Aug 8, 4:17am - #34052 
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you can ship anything back. it doesn matter what side your sterring wheel is on. you just have to get it up to US DOT pollution standards thumbsup
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Snake03GT Aug 8, 4:26am - #34053 
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yes ive seen many right hand drive cars driving around my town

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Street Prototype Aug 8, 4:42am - #34054 

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Originally Posted by generic
you can ship anything back. it doesn matter what side your sterring wheel is on. you just have to get it up to US DOT pollution standards thumbsup


all i can say it depends rolleyes

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vejita_13 Aug 8, 6:11am - #34055 

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the major obstacle is emissions...not whether its right hand drive or not...remember...we have mailman cars...which are right hand drive...
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