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For Sale! 1977 Ra28 Celica


kabala
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Hey guys..

You may have seen this ad posted on other locations here in SAU.

But, I'm a local Canberran and am selling my 1977 RA28 Toyota Celica. You may have seen it around Canberra, and I wouldn't mind selling it to a fellow local.

http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/in...howtopic=147078

Tell your mates, and mention this ad, and I'll consider a discount....... hahah..

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Have a friend who is very interested in this car (says he's seen it getting around town and would not mind owning it). Just scrounging up the last of the cash needed to buy it, could you PM me your mob number or another contact number so i can pass it on and he can contact you?

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Have a friend who is very interested in this car (says he's seen it getting around town and would not mind owning it). Just scrounging up the last of the cash needed to buy it, could you PM me your mob number or another contact number so i can pass it on and he can contact you?

Wouldn't happen to be Jamie by any chance?

Hes into these sort of cars.

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Is there any trace left of under bonnet fire ? All fuel lines etc replaced ?

Yeah everything has been tidied up and connected and running well!

You can see a few 'scars' of the fire, but it's only skin deep.

The car has it's engineer certificates, and been checked out by NRMA.

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  • 2 weeks later...

Thank you all for the interests and comments on my car. I've sold it, and it was through this forum!

So thanks to those who passed on this link to anyone!

Thats another $5k to spend on my r33. Frontmount.. HERE I COME!

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