• This is a steal!! I would like to know what is going on under the tonneau cover, but it wouldn't be a deal breaker unless there is a corpse back there. Worst case, you have a low mileage driveline. I would like to transplant it into a period Fiesta and make a Shogun tribute.

  • I like it. $1500 is a nice deal for this as a beater. If it where mine I think I'd find the passenger side quarter and door and straighten it out. Then make a tailgate somehow with what's there. Fix the leak and use this everyday.

  • I like it. $1500 is a nice deal for this as a beater. If it where mine I think I'd find the passenger side quarter and door and straighten it out. Then make a tailgate somehow with what's there. Fix the leak and use this everyday.

  • I just remembered something, a bit of trivia for all you SHOnatics out there. Here it is; what was the connection between the SHO and the second gen Celica All-Trac? I know this is an easy one, but it's still an interesting tidbit of car history.

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  • That's a great question. I bet most people don't know the answer to that one, but i do. Yamaha! They built the first generation engine for the SHO and they designed the 16 valve head for the Celica all-trac. How did you know about that one? That's some really obscure connections!

    • Nice one, Bolo! Yeah, it's well known that Yamaha did the original SHO engine, but not many know about their involvement with Toyota on the rally-ready Celica All-Trac. It's too bad because that might bring this marvelous cars' image and value up a notch, which it thoroughly deserves. It's basically a far more refined and better made competitor to the DSM cars. Maybe it's better that the Celica All-Trac stays a bit of a secret. That only benefits us enthusiasts, right?!?

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