Brown Style: 1975 Toyota Celica ST

The Toyota Celica first hit US shores in 1971 as the Japanese translation of the Ponycar. The Celica might not have been powered by fuel thirsty V8s, but the long-hood short-deck styling was perfect for a 7/8th scale Mustang/Camaro/Challenger. The little Japanese pony car sold quite well and started the slow and inevitable dominance of the Japanese car in the US market. Find this 1975 Toyota Celica ST bidding for $7869 in Lakewood, WA via ebay.

From the seller:

1975 Toyota Celica ST automatic trans , 20R engine only 36k miles, No Reserve auction on this classic Celica its runs and drives excellent and is mechanically sound. there are no issues at all . engine starts easily and purrs like a kitten. shifts and stops well and can be trusted to drive anywhere … its so fun to drive. what’s unique about this car is that it is 99.9 rust free and very original … the body is super straight with original paint and no rust . very hard to see on a car like this. Even the bottom of the doors and inside the nooks and crannies of the door jams there is no rust . looks really cool with half vinyl top, luggage rack, body side moulding…. the interior is also amazing , original carpet, seats, headliner etc all super sharp. The dash pad and center console have been well designed and redone by a professional upholsterer about 20 hours to complete, they were starting to get cracks as most older Toyota had problems with the plastics… came out super nice…. I have over 100 photos of this celica to show the story here . you are welcome to see in person to call an inspector….I purchased this car from the 2nd owner who owned since 2007 . he purchased at an estate sale in California on eBay at that time in 2007…it had 25k miles . this car was sold new in California . He was told this car never spent a day not in the garage and it shows….This is a great car and will be listed at NO RESERVE …. any questions call jimmy at 253-625-4964 I can give you a shipping quote if needed or add a buy it now….

This car will be a safe investment as the prices on clean classic Japanese cars are starting to take off. Here’s a link that will direct you to YouTube with extra photos of the vehicle. If you have trouble viewing this, I’ll e-mail or text it to you directly.

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