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Attention-grabbing Toyota not for shrinking violets.

Toyota Celica GTWhat’s new?There's a fairly dramatic bodykit, a huge rear wing, 17in alloy wheels and inside there are GT seats and gearknob. The suspension is dropped 10mm, but otherwise it’s a Celica T-Sport.Do the changes work?They allow you to look fast and/or furious without the work-in-progress primer and filler phase, we suppose.So should I buy one?If you want to be looked at. Plus the gearbox is slick, the ride acceptable, the handling sweet and past 6000rpm the variable valve-timed engine is great. Entertaining and very noticeable.

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Uncle Mellow 22 February 2011

Re: Toyota Celica GT gets fast and furious treatment

sorrel wrote:
How did this thread about a Celica turn into one about a BMW?

Blame moe360.

sorrel 22 February 2011

Re: Toyota Celica GT gets fast and furious treatment

How did this thread about a Celica turn into one about a BMW???? Sorry, forgot, we live to exhalt BMW don't we....LOL!

moe360 25 October 2009

Re: Toyota Celica GT gets fast and furious treatment

beachland2 wrote:

Young people are no more cool than any other age group.

As for me having a 335D, no way.

My concern about diesel goes very far, in fact i would make the ultimate sacrifice with no hesitation. If it meant the world was rid of diesel engines, i would happliy accept the extinction of the petrol engine also. i would drive hydrogen or electric cars with satisfaction that my nemesis was gone.

Yes we are young people are way cooler [url=][img]http://www.mysmiley.net/imgs/smile/party/party0024.gif[/img][/url]

WoW it seems you do hate diesel a lot, did you have a bad child hood experience with a diesel powered motor ?

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