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  1. I have no idea what is going on here. How about some detail as to what you are actually selling and some specifications/description, price, where they are etc etc etc
  2. Not very good photos but condition looks pretty poor. Most people bypass these and go to twin webers as they are too hard to tune. I think you wouldn't get much for these and I assume you are overseas so post isn't really feasible
  3. Toyota tend to use common parts across the range at the time. The aircon and heater parts have a lot of commonality. Many cars didn't have A/C, but still had the holes which were simply blocked with a rubber plug which is common across a wide range of Toyota's. if you are going to keep it registered, you need to keep the heater. Not much to be gained from removing the heater fro a weight perspective either if that's your thinking.
  4. Hi,Do you of anyone selling exterior parts for ke25 SR coupe please?After grills,Rear bumper etc.Thanks 

  5. Classic Japan is in Melbourne! Run by the Toyota Car club. Unfortunately not this year, but all should be good for Dec 2022. And who knows, I might even drive something there for once. i'm a huge fan of aircraft museums, but find it immensely frustrating when the exhibits are generally in a darkened environment and usually in gloss paint. Moorabbin Air Museum is one shining exception to this, and you can actually touch the exhibits, and some you can even clamber into!
  6. Fond memories of my cromoly, 6 point, non gusseted, bolted in cage in my TA22. Thankfully it never got tested out..... Mind it would of been 35yrs ago. We did test out the alloy 6 pointer in my mates Datto 1600 though. Weirdest feeling trying to work out which way is up
  7. Have been thinking about a GTI for a while, but the prices have inflated somewhat due to the general shortage of new vehicles, and it’s apparent a number of modified GTI owners are taking there cars back to standard to sell them off while they are attracting a premium. Don’t want anything like that But now there is the Corolla GR on the way! Looks a lot more practical as a daily car than the Yaris which when I looked at it was just too small. Local Toyota dealer couldn’t tell me anything, so all I know is the gossip on various websites. And the Toyota Australia web person was a complete waste of time. Toyota Gazoo racing Australia did get back to me, but they can’t say anything yet. They did say they have no info yet on transmission options. I really don’t want a manual for a daily again. Just too hard in Melbourne traffic these days, so very keen on a DSG option if they do it. So just need to be a bit patient and see what they come up with.
  8. Non retractable’s. There’s a place in West Aust that specialise in making or refurbishing old belts bug I haven’t any experience of them.
  9. Need to provide a bit more detail. Presumably in the US? What have your thoughts been / what have you done so far? Do you want to modify what's there or throw coilovers at it. What are you plans for the car.
  10. I reckon the battery issue is the problem, but doubtless one Keith could manage. Had a bloke rock up in his lime green Tesla last week to pickup some old C40 solexes. Was planning to replace the SU's he had on his Datsun Fairlady. Was telling me the tesla has a power to weight ratio that's better than a bathurst supercar thing. But which does he prefer to drive? The datsun of course.
  11. I got all excited when I saw something called a Perodua kancil shares 4 x 110pcd. I mean how sporty is that name, has to have tasty factory alloys...... Perhaps not, and FWD
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