neural revolt

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  1. I am looking at doing a few jobs on my wife's corolla soon(-ish) and would like to know if there's any chance I can buy OEM parts cheaper than main dealers. Anyone have any info, please share here. I am looking at front wheel bearings, dampers all around, tailgate struts (wagon), possibly brakes (discs). On another topic, I would like to add fog lights to the car. I have found all the wiring is there even though the car is a povo pack Ascent just need the lights themselves and perhaps the dash switch. I have looked around but can't find anywhere the part numbers, anyone know where I can find these (parts or numbers)? Car is a 2005 auto model. Looks like this:
  2. I don't own any Toyota at the moment and the only one I ever owned was a Liteace. Not the best car in the world to start with, but did its job perfectly and never let me down, so all in all quite happy to have had it. Of late though I discovered after going through a number of cars including BMWs, Renaults and Peugeots (I am very particular to the 60-70s vintage for a number of reasons, but have owned more recent cars too). that I would really like somethiong rear wheel drive. Nothing wrong with front wheel drive, and I love all my cars, but I was really hooked when I discovered some time ago the Toyota Sport 800 (there was one in the Fremantle motor museum recently moved to York). Ever since (about six years) I have trawled the net, papers and magazines to no avail. I have just about given up on it, and would be happy to find a nice AE86 but everything I find is either rubbish, or riced up beyond reason, or gone beyond the no return point mechanically or expensive for no apparent reason. It shouldn't be that difficult to find a nice used one, I imagine. Hopefully it will happen sooner rather than later. Nice to be here and hopefully I will find the help I need.