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isaac May 26, 9:35pm - #768 
2001 Absolutely Red Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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BLUE GAUGES & INTERIOR

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This looks really nice!!! I wonder why toyota didnt do it this way in the first place.

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Anonymous May 26, 9:56pm - #769 
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I agree. It looks really nice. I am going to try to learn how to change the lcd color for the fuel gauges, If i figure it out i will let you know how its done

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Anonymous May 27, 1:45am - #770 
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The reason Toyota did not do this is because blue is not a eye catching color... Lets say if you are driving on a freeway on a long drive, you would probably not notice that you are out of fuel or overheating with blue gauge but you would notice with orange eye catching color.

I agree I would love to have blue gauge too, but I do not think any company would make blue LED as standard color.

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Anonymous May 27, 3:51am - #771 
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Then what about VW's? They have blue clusters (with red needles) stock.

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Anonymous May 28, 6:59am - #772 
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hey...howd the pic of my interior get there lol... just messin around but other then the seats, the headunit, and the needles in the gauges my car looks exactly like that

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Anonymous Jul 5, 6:24am - #773 
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isacc...how'd you get that piece off (side Mirror control trims). i wanted to get that painted in my Celi. Do you just pry them off or paint it while it is still in the car?

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Anonymous Jul 6, 7:13am - #774 
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Hey yeah, if anyone figures out how to make the LCD blue let me know PLZ!!! i like it soo much better than the red
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