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John Gorman '90 Toyota Celica Alltrac Turbo

Oct 1, 2009

John Says
I owned a MKIII Supra Turbo when this beauty showed up. Then when I saw the RC (rally champion) hood, bumper and chargecooler, I knew I had to have it. That's when the complete restoration got out of hand. When I found the entire chargecooler setup in England at 3:30 pm, I was on the 8:00 pm flight to Manchester. The rest is history, and it's what you see here.

We Say
The Celica Alltrac is an already rare car in itself, and to see one converted to full RC Spec is downright amazing. We're sure a lot of time and money went into sourcing all the right parts to complete the conversion, but its looks to be well worth it in the end. We also love how clean the car is-no stickers, just pure JDM styling.

Engine
JDM 3SGTE front clip; 36K miles, CT20B turbo, TVIS butterflies removed, black powdercoated valve cover, intake manifold plus many more parts, RC/CS water-to-air intercooler, RC/CS proper motor mount and hard pipe water lines; RC/CS proper starter (smaller than U.S. for hard pipes clearance), ST205 front heat exchanger/shock mounted, TRD plug wires, custom cold-air intake w/ K&N filter behind fender liner, 3" SS turbo back, Random Technologies catalytic converter, MagnaFlow SS muffler

Engine Management
Blitz Access ECU, Blitz Type R dual solenoid boost controller

Drivetrain
XTC 12-lb chromoly flywheel, Clutch Masters Stage 1 clutch, SS braided clutch line, updated genuine Toyota synchros, RC/CS Torsen limited-slip differential

Suspension
TEIN coilovers, Whiteline adjustable sway bar

Wheels and Brakes
Enkei 17x8 +36 wheels at 15.5 lbs each (x5) including spare, H&R 25mm rear spacer, Falken 225/45R17 RT 615 tires, Wilwood 4-piston calipers (f/r), properly sized for correct bias, Wilwood 2-piecerotors on custom hats

Exterior
PPG gloss black paint, RC/CS hood, bumper including accessories, RC/CS proper windshield squirters (no small feat finding those), '93 rear taillights, JDM front corner lights, RC/CS engine undertrays, modified to accommodate ST205 heat exchanger

Interior
Leather seats re-skinned using Katskinz leather, triple gauge pod w/ boost, EGT, Innovate Motorsports AFR, TWM short throw shifter, TRD shift knob

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