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    Welcome to Classic-Celica.com!

    Classic Celica.com is dedicated to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd gen Toyota Celicas produced from 1971-1985. These are all rear wheel drive (RWD) cars. Although we recognize that newer Celicas may also be considered "classic", this site focuses only on the RWD cars.

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      Classic-Celica Snow White is back!!!



    More info on Zippo's beautiful Celica: RIGHT HERE
     
     
      Posted by admin on Tuesday, May 08 @ 12:12:43 EDT (3212 reads)
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      Classic-Celica Back to the Old Skool. Toyota Celica TA22

    SuperCelica77 writes "Back to the Old Skool. Toyota Celica TA22 By Burnpavement
    Classic cars are a rare sight in modern Singapore, even rarer is this beautiful example of a 1970's Toyota Celica TA22. Restored to a gorgeously pristine state, it's arguably the best unit around. Photos: Joel Tam

    Built during the muscle-car era, the first generation Celica had styling cues that paid homage to the all-american retro sports car hero - the Ford Mustang. Adorned with svelt lines, the Celica had the typical long-front and short-rear design that was familiar with cars like the Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro.

    What it didn't have though, was a high capacity V8 under the hood that was commonplace in its american cousins. Instead, the Celica was powered by a series of single and twin carb engines ranging from 1.4 to 2.2 litres. The result was an affordable and attractive rear-wheel driven sports car for the muscle-car wannabe driver.

    40 years on, the Mk1 Celica still looks absolutely stunning. Fully restored and lovingly cared for, our feature car belongs to a true-blue TA22 lover who has spent the last 10 years keeping this mint condition unit alive and kicking!
    Original colour code for this Deep Green Toyota paintwork was sourced for and meticulously sprayed on over weeks - the outcome is a rich and glossy job that is capable of turning one green with envy. Front bumper sports a reproduced TRD chin spoiler (TRD turns 35 this year by the way - Ed.).For more pics and info click the original article here: http://www.burnpavement.com/article.php?id=18

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