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nice!!!! :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
 

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Whoa!... Looks like it belongs on Fast and Furious...
 

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What happened to it? It looks so fun to drive. :thumb: :thumb:
 

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I had it only sitting in my driveway only drove it on weekends and summers. It was kind of hard to go anywhere with it. I would always be scared something was going to happen to it. My wife would always say I put to much money on the car, it was to small for the family. After buying my house I needed a truck for when I bought things for the house. I really enjoyed it too. I got real good money for it. It had 92,000 miles on it. Sometimes I miss it. But I will buy another to start working on. On the Mariner you could only do so much.
 

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It looks like a lil Ferrari. :) To me, anyways.

Too bad you couldn't keep it but I'm sure its' new owner is having fun with it! :D
 

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wow! very nice..i had a 93 celica that i traded for the escape, it had 198,000 miles and still ran strong. i miss my 5 speed
 

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Nice looking Celica. What did you think of the screamer engine? I never got to drive one but my friend had an Acura Integra GS-R with a redline of 8400rpms!!!! It was sooo much fun to rev up, I'm glad it wasn't mine because I would have gotten into too much trouble.

Well once you pay the Mariner off you can always look for another as a project car. Check out mine, a Jetta VR6 in this section, it's running good again. Not in the kind of shape yours was in but it's decent.
 

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Nice looking Celica. What did you think of the screamer engine? I never got to drive one but my friend had an Acura Integra GS-R with a redline of 8400rpms!!!! It was sooo much fun to rev up, I'm glad it wasn't mine because I would have gotten into too much trouble.

Well once you pay the Mariner off you can always look for another as a project car. Check out mine, a Jetta VR6 in this section, it's running good again. Not in the kind of shape yours was in but it's decent.
I loved the way the engine sound with the (AEM)cold air intake, It had a TRD exhaust Straight pipe It sounded like a race car. Your Jetta looks hot also. I might sell my Mariner in the next year or so, but I want the new Explorer. I haven't made up my mind yet.
 

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Even though it was a Toyota, it's a beautiful car :thumb:
 
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