1995 Toyota Celica GT (6th Generation)
This Toyota Celica was my very first car at 16 years of age. She is a woman-owned vehicle, purchased from a young businesswoman in Tampa, Florida, the original owner. The Celica Convertible GT (affectionately known as the vert) has the original 5SFE 2.2-liter engine with 218,000+ miles. One of the largest 4 cylinder engines of its day. Well maintained, she drives like a dream and looks better than ever with her superficial modifications.
Below is a list of all modifications:
- Red Wax-Laced Leather Steering Wheel Cover
- XK Glow (Kickstarter) Bluetooth Underglow
- Curren Tail Light Replacement
- Short Ram Intake
- Plasti-Dip Rally Stripes
- Remin Carbon Fiber Dash Kit
- OPT7 Interior Glow
- Valve Cover Paint
- Authentic (JDM/OEM) Kouki Crystal Projector Headlamp Replacement
- Updated to Clear Side Markers
- Installed HID Headlights
- 6 Neopixel Halo Install
- Demon Eyes Connected to Underglow
- Authentic GT-FOUR Riser Blocks Custom Fitted
- Powder Coated Alternator, Strut Bar, Intake, Brake Calipers, Valve Cover, Windshield Wipers
- Custom Laser-cut Aluminum Powder Coated Beauty Plate
- BoostJunkies Neon Pink Vacuum Hose Replacements
- New Lower Ball Joints, Tie-rod Ends & Sway Bar Linkages
- Painted Dynamat Dynaliner Installed on Hood
- New Engine Seals
- All 4 New KYB GR2 Suspension Strut Assemblies
Celica Shows / Mods / Photoshoots
Festivals of Speed Car Show at the ACE / 3.10.18
Sunset Photoshoot / 2.26.18
Graffiti Photoshoot / 1.18.18
Painted Dynamat Dynaliner Installed on Hood / 1.16.18
Powder Coat Round 2 / 11.21.17
Powder Coat Round 1 / 9.9.17
Birthday Photoshoot / 5.8.17
Authentic GT Four Fiberglass Risers / 9.24.16
Halo Install / 8.14.16
Butyl glue loosened in oven, glass lens removed
Light direction modified to left-hand-drive by using JB Steel Stik Epoxy.
Due to chrome abrasion, high beams were heat wrapped with holographic rainbow vinyl.
Neopixel rings backed with electrical glue & applied with high-heat silicon.
All lights were wired through a controller to a 5V converter connected to a fuse box connected to the battery.
Underdash switches were installed discretely in near the cabin fuse box.