Thursday, March 15, 2018

GT-Four: 1992 Toyota Celica All-Trac

The fifth generation Toyota Celia was released for the 1990 model year with all new "Super Round" organic styling and further refinement on the rock solid build quality that was beginning to be synonymous with the word Toyota.  It wasn't an exciting car by any yardstick, but the GT-Four version (All-Trac in the US) added some needed power, all-wheel-drive traction, and, most importantly, a prominent hood scoop to the basic version. Find this 1992 Toyota Celica All-Trac offered for $3,500 in Austin, TX via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.


From the seller:

selling my rare 1992 Celica All Trac Turbo AWD hatchback 127k manual
Rare car to come by
good condition, new tires, whole new front to back brake system, new battery, new spark plugs/coils, HKS exhaust, blow off valve, after market air filter
Stars right up, Boosts nicely in every gear
runs good, daily driven 3 years no problems
Sunroof works no leaks
Well maintained
Nice paint - body in good condition
Suede interior no rips or burns on seats, rear seats fold down
spare donut


Already have 2 Cars and want to get rid of the hobby car and buy something new, no space or time for it
Have been watching an oil leak, not sure where its coming from, never leaked any oil til about a month ago
No AC, converted to r134 needs compressor
Gas gauge doesn't work - I hit the odometer when I refuel
Have speakers, not installed radio works
old car, has some rust

3500 obo


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3 comments:

  1. "old car, has some rust"
    Errrrrr a 26 year old japanese car with rust kinda makes me put on my investigator's cap, doesn't help it's from Austin(was under the sealevel) Texas.
    Wish he included chassis pictures with this...

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  2. Austin isn't below sea level... it's about 500ft above

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    1. "((was)) under the sealevel", I was talking about hurricane Harvey since theres a number of flooded cars being sold

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