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Make: Toyota
Model: Celica
SubModel: STX
Type: Coupe
Trim: Coupe
Year: 1991
Mileage: 29,252
VIN: jt2at86f0m0052457
Color: Super White Clearcoat
Engine: 1.6 Twin-Cam 16 Valve EFI 4 Cylinder
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: FWD
Interior color: Dark Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: New Port Richey, Florida, United States

1991 Toyota Celica STX Additional Info:

This is a "Once in a Lifetime Chance" to own a documented 1 owner 1991 Toyota Celica STX, ustom built by Southeast Toyota Distributors, nc specifically for the Florida Market. This vehicle rates a "A minus" on conditioning scale, t is 100% original with a couple very minor flaws. There are 2-3 very very minor dings (which are very hard to find), ery minor wear on left front floor mat (not carpet), he rest of the vehicle including all carpets, eats, ash, eadliner, nterior trim practically perfect. The engine compartment is immaculate as well as the trunk area. The spare tire and jack have never been out of this vehicle. The vehicle comes with the "Original" title as seen in photos, aminated window sticker, ll receipts, ocuments and manuals. This vehicle was originally shipped to Jacksonville, lorida port where it was shipped to the original dealership (Deluca Toyota, nc. in Ocala Fl.), rom there it was dealer traded to Templeton Toyota in Sarasota Florida where the original owner purchased it with only 217 documented miles on it. The tires have been replaced due to dry rotting from sitting, he air conditioning has had a new receiver/drier installed and system was fully recharged with the original R12 freon (which is very hard to find, ot converted to R134). Everything on this vehicle works as it should and this vehicle is a stunning example of a 1991 Toyota Celica. This vehicle would make a great display at any Toyota dealership or museum. Please enjoy the photos and don't take a chance of losing this vehicle forever. You will never find another vehicle like this around, n this condition, ith this type of mileage, nd its origin very well documented. Please feel free to contact me if you have any additional questions or would like to see additional photos.