1988 Toyota Celica GTS with a 3sfe engine for parts (Wind Lake Wisconsin) $250

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Old 21 Mar 2010, 10:25 am   #1 (permalink)
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Default 1988 Toyota Celica GTS with a 3sfe engine for parts (Wind Lake Wisconsin) $250

I have a 1988 Toyota Celica GTS body with a GT 3SFE engina and auto trans. This was a project car. i started to install a 3sfe engine in this car an never finished, so it does not run. I do not have a title and never got around to put it in my name. I bought the body from a body shop that is not there anymore. So, this is a parts car. it has alot of good parts on it. the doors,fenders,hood and seat are in good shape.the rear quarter panels do have rust on them. the car has heat mirrors, power seat, rear defrost, power windows, 4 wheel disc brakes, cruise controll, power locks, power sun roof. The engine and trans came from a car that had about 90,000 miles on it. the engine did run it the other car but i never finished the install on this one. this car is worth $250 all day long. Good body and interior parts are hard to find now. the parts do fit 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 . 86,87,88,89. they might fit other years and model but you will have to find out yourself. you can email me or call 262-332-0727 thanks, Greg
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