Toyota Celica 1990

By November 21, 2018 No Comments

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Lot No: 29

At a Glance:

Year Make Model Mileage SOLD FOR
1990 Toyota Celica 50,680 (Not Warranted) £1500.00 + buyers premium


This third generation Toyota Celica was built in 1990, the convertible was not marketed in the UK and was only available as an import. The vendor purchased this vehicle in 2005 when the odometer was reading 68,090 kms (42,216 miles). To improve aspects worn or broken he was able to obtain through Westover Toyota new sun visors, a new seat base side piece and various odds and ends. During his ownership he has also replaced the leather side panels of the drivers seat and has the car resprayed in original Toyota red. The car has been serviced every year since 2005 and in 2014 the timing belt and water pump was replaced. The vendor tells us that the car was only used in summer months during his 13 years of ownership and has been kept undercover. The odometer reading is now 81,741 (50,679 miles) so he has covered around 8500 miles only.
2 litre twin cam auto box with 4 wheel steering.

Auctioneers notes: What an interesting car this is. The spec is top of the range and includes leather trim, electric windows, 4 wheel steering, ABS, cruise control, power hood etc. Owners hand book in English. We think this car is in very sound condition. May be viewed by appointment.

Full Details:

Lot No. 29
Auction 25th January 2019 - 91% SOLD
Vehicle Make Toyota
Vehicle Model Celica
Year of Manufacture 1990
Mileage 50,680 (Not Warranted)
Registration H905NRD
Date first Registered 1990
MOT 04/09/2019
Chassis Number ST1830024642
Engine Number ST183
Estimated Sale Price No Reserve

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