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Project Update - Toyota Celica GT-S
After four years, several police stops and 25,000 miles, the Celica GT-S long-term project vehicle Turbo acquired from Toyota has held up much better than we imagined. This arrest-me-red cruiser has put up with the dredge of daily driving and soaked up the burning sun from being parked outdoors, and
Staff ReportSep 13, 2006
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Bigger Wheels,Tires And Brakes - Project Supra Part 5
Bigger Wheels,Tires And Brakes - Project Supra Part 5
Nov 1, 2004
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Project Suprasonic: 1995 Toyota Supra
It's obvious why Turbo is doing a project on the Toyota Supra. When the fourth-generation Supra was released in the United States more than a decade ago, the car was well ahead of its time. It has a rock-solid, sequentially twin-turbocharged engine pumping out
Pablo MazlumianJan 24, 2004
Install Brake Stuff
As of late, the Celica has been feeling very sad because of the lack of love it’s been getting from the aftermarket world. Even the Toyota Racing Development guys know that
Ricky ChuApr 1, 2002
Toyota Solara Project, Part 3
We now rejoin our Project Solara toward the end of its time with us. Tearfully anticipating the day it leaves our care, we took the car to Performance Products in Van
Bryn MacKinnonJun 1, 2000
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