67GTV said:Yeah Chan, apparently there were (non-U.S.) Celica GTV models. GTV emblem on the rear of this one. Great looking coupes!
My '73 Celica was an ST with a 1.8 liter mill that went through hell with me. Lost all its water, overheated, stopped running, inexperienced owner poured cold water in the radiator with the engine off. Sat for 15 minutes and then fired right up again. I used the parking brake as a sliding device constantly. I still miss that POS (bondo-buggy).
thats the funniest thing Ive heard on this board in a long time! kind of like an old WC fields film or something.67GTV said:Another funny moment occurred while my friend and I were driving down a side street. I pulled the steering wheel off, handed it to my friend and said, "Here you take the wheel." We busted up laughing until we realized that the car was heading towards the parked cars. I got the wheel back on just in time. Since I had stripped the steering shaft when I replaced the stock steering wheel, I could pull this wheel off at will.
Thanks for bringing back fond memories of that POS! The dumbest part of that scenario is that I could have applied the brakes to stop the car from merging into the parked cars.alfadan said:thats the funniest thing Ive heard on this board in a long time! kind of like an old WC fields film or something.
67GTV said:Tiburon GT V6