Mileage: 213341 (at time of gen4 engine swap in 2010. See below)
Pictures: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B1Uh8 ... kNhZlRKMjQ
Location: Washington, D.C.
Title in hand
For sale is my 1992 Celica Alltrac originally purchased in January 2010. I’d overall characterize the car as a rough chassis with a solid drivetrain.
Reason for selling: no more time, money or energy for it and don’t drive it much in the city. Probably getting out of modified cars.
-gen4 swap, with a lot of maintenance into the drivetrain and suspension. Never had a boost controller on it so never seen more than stock boost.
-Already fixed a few common rust trouble spots (rear quarter panels, front swaybar mount points). Professionally repaired with new metal from a donor car
-Every bushing and mount on the car has been replaced with OEM or upgraded.
-Uninstalled extras: ST205 transmission. GT4 front bumper. Original gen4 turbo/manifold. Solid motor mount set and Speed Source aluminum crossmember bushing set.
-Receipts for all work performed
-Indicated mileage is as of 2010 when the gen4 swap went in. I used an original gen4 manual transmission which doesn’t have the drive gear for a mechanical speedo so lost the odometer at that point. I live in Washington, DC and commute on the metro so the car hasn’t accumulated the miles a daily driver would. I'd estimate average yearly miles on the very low end, although any way you slice it it's still a high mileage chassis. I have an ST205 transmission and mechanical speed sensor that comes with the car that would re-enable the odo once installed.
-Still some rust left on the driver’s rocker panel and one spot in the spare tire well (see photos)
-Failing original paint (see photos)
-An issue with the fuel pump relay running slightly warm. It was originally running very hot and blew on the old fuel pump. Had the pump replaced and now it just runs slightly warm. Not sure if it always ran that way with the swap or there’s another issue. Car runs and drives fine around town at the moment but I haven’t taken it on any long drives and I’m not sure I’d take it on any multi-state drives until the issue is figured out or you have a spare relay handy.
Below are the dates and maintenance items performed from the receipts I have. I’ve included the prices paid just for interest and to indicate the quality of work and parts included, not to justify the sale price. Sale price is what I’m willing to part with it for.
I’ll try to get some more photos up once I have a chance to clean it up a bit. If you want to see anything in particular just ask.
gen4 swap by Xceptional Performance, Fredericksburg, VA $1955 labor plus cost of engine (~$1500)
WireGap/MR220V swap harness
exedy twin plate clutch $1569
new accessory and ps belts, rad hoses
01/11 Body work: rusted rear quarters behind wheels replaced with cuts from donor GTS celica, rusted front swaybar mounts repaired, road debris damage in driver footwell repaired $2378.00
2012 Moog inner/outer tie rods, endlinks, balljoints
06 Jun 12
OEM Front shock top mounts x2 179.54
Lower rubber spring pads 33.44
Front swaybar bushings 15.94
07/12 OEM Inner control arm bushings 65.42
OEM Slave cylinder 70.76
New OEM rear struts 281.96 (front are Koni Yellows)
SuperPro poly bushings rear:
SPF2265K $65 Rear control arms
SPF2264K $67 Rear tie rods inner
GT4-racing rear subframe and diff carrier mounts
Aluminum diff mount
OEM rear spherical bushings 42210-14010 $148.60
Front bump stops 44.04
Rear bump stops 36.16
Rear swaybar bushings 15.30
PS Pump 165.00
gen3 manifold, ATS CT27 turbo, ebay downpipe, Trackforged midpipe, HKS Silent Hi-power exhaust, silencer (don’t have receipts for purchase of exhaust stuff and but have receipt for installation).
PS pressure hose: 120.00
O2 sensor 96.00
Race Catalytic converter in midpipe $125
Compression test 170/168/162/166
OEM Supra TT fuel pump 245.00
4x 205/50R15 BFG G-Force Rival $514.08
OEM Driveshaft U-joint $145.24
OEM tie rod ends $109.96
OEM Steering rack boots $56.48
Synthetic transmission fluid change
Denso 440cc fuel pump