Toyota Celica ST Sport Coupe (SALE OR TRADE FOR 2000'S OR NEWER CAR, SUV, TRUCK)

1979 Toyota Celica

Technical specifications of Toyota Celica 1979

Price: US $3,000.00
Item location: Homosassa, Florida, United States
Make: Toyota
Model: Celica
SubModel: ST Sport Coupe
Type: Coupe
Year: 1979
Mileage: 63000
VIN: RA42242085
Color: White
Engine size: 20R
Number of cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Rear Wheel
Interior color: Black
Options: Leather Seats
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1979 Toyota Celica ST Sport Coupe for sale or trade! (trade for bigger car, truck, or SUV 2000's or newer.) - Manual Transmission - Rear Wheel Drive - 20R Engine - *NO A/C COMPRESSOR* FAN BLOWS COLD THOUGH! - Heat works well! - DAILY DRIVER WORTHY! VERY MINIMAL COSMETIC ISSUES! ***$3000 is the lowest I will go! The average price for this model and year Celica in this condition is $4100, so $3000 is an amazing deal! Plus I still need to buy another car once I sell this one!*** This is one of the best Celicas I've seen of this age and this condition. It drives like a dream, and looks gorgeous! It has been my daily driver for about a year and a half now, and I have given it routine care to keep it running well. The starter is fairly new, and the carburetor has just recently been cleaned. This car was driven all the way down from North Georgia to Central Florida on the highway without an issue! I trust this care could drive for years to come with the proper care! **The ONLY reason I'm selling it is because I will be starting college soon and will have to commute about 3 hours a day, and don't want to put that kind of stress on this car. At the moment I don't have the tie to put into it's upkeep, and need something newer that requires a little less care, and something a bit bigger.** Ideally this car should go to someone who would use it as a fun car or maybe take it to shows, and I would recommend that, if used as a daily driver, that it's more of a city car, but I trust that it could go a good distance on the highway as well. ***(The duct tape in the engine is just because there were couple small dry rot cracks in that tube. I figured I would just cover them up before they got any worse. If you would like me to take the duct tape off and take a picture please let me know.)*** *IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SEE A VIDEO OF THE CAR RUNNING AND DRIVING, PLEASE MESSAGE ME OR SEND A TEXT TO 7O6-994-6456*Less

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