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Eviltwin's 1989 Red Series I Toyota Corolla SX Seca


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Car:

Toyota Corolla SX Seca series I

Engine:

Smallport 4A-GE

-Genie Extractors

-Removed Resonator and CAI fitted

Body:

Stock Toyota Red

Wheels, Brakes, Suspension:

15X7" Dished Vintage ROH Wheels

-Sliced good year eagles up front and bald Michelins on the rear.

King Spring Super Lows

Interior:

JVC Exad CD/MP3/SD Head Unit

JVC 4" 2 Way Speakers

Prolinear 2 Channel Amplifier

MTX Roadthunder 12" Sub

Next Things To Do:

-Replace shifter bushings with bearings

-Fit short shifter

-Fit new tyres

-Run Slick 50 next service

-Continue to fit and source new parts

-Completly touch up and finish all small issues on the exterior of the car including buffing out all the surface scratches

-Fit full exhaust and highflow cat from wrecked out SX

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love that shape rolla i had 1 but crashed it now i have an ae102 you can see it in members rided in got my car back from being resprayed

but yeah nice and clean looking example go 4ag power

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yeah looks preety damn good for a car thats atleast 15yrs old but it looks like it might be older like 19yrs as its got the earlier model grill so yeah damn good condition

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and the best exterior feature on that model i think is that on that model theres no indicator on the front 1/4 panel makes it look more sleak i think

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Car:

Toyota Corolla SX Seca series I

King Spring Super Lows

hi iv'e got a 1990 corolla seca ive been looking for a pick of one with sl's so i could see what it looked like and from them pics i think you've got a sweet car.

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this is it atm my sister is using it. exuse the seat covers she put on.

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