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    MINTY 1982 toyota corolla wagon

    hey guys, im back after being gone many years,


    we just picked up this minty 1982 Toyota corolla wagon off the original owner . 193k - "rust" free- as much as i would like to keep this thing stock we have big plans for this thing- we are looking for aftermarket parts -- coilovers, lips etc...



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    Wow that is gorgeous!, I'm jealous man.

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    very clean!

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    Wow that's amazing. Love the interior, the analog clock is rad.

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    looks good! For coilovers, some come up here used every once and a while, otherwise try Techno Toy Tuning. for lips and stuff, most people including myself run the VW Mk1 GTI lip. This seems to be the cheapest, and is canadian - http://store.concept1.ca/MK1-GTI-Duc...%29-952022-78/

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    How are you guys finding such rust free cars so far North? I'm supposed to be in rust free belt down here and all the cars this old are either disintegrating or stupid expensive.

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    That thing is in remarkable shape! Congrats on the score!


    Quote Originally Posted by coheed View Post
    How are you guys finding such rust free cars so far North? I'm supposed to be in rust free belt down here and all the cars this old are either disintegrating or stupid expensive.
    I don't think it's so much "North" as it is "West". Something about that side of the continent seems to keep the rust at bay.

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    Could also be that the ones that weren't going to survive are already long gone.

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    Wow, looks all original. Have you considered slapping collector tags on it for cheap insurance?

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    lucky BC guys -_-

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