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FS: 1983 Toyota Trueno Coupe

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i am selling my trueno coupe in Perth

rough details are below;

1983 ae85 trueno coupe manual

yellow body

black bumpers(kouki front end/wrap around lights)

4age blue top

4-2-1 extractors

2.5 inch cypher system with cypher muffler

cypher air filter

front strut brace

trd 8 way rear shocks

kings springs all round

RG front brake pads

external fuel pump and surge tank

13 inch/14 inch wheels depending (not standard)

very nice mirror tint

alarm/immob/ central locking

ok interior (brown/tan)

mechanically well looked after by cypher industries

rego till april

various other parts included

$5000 ono in Perth

extra option (not free but buyer will have the first choice)

whole trueno front end as spare parts

recently passed the DOT pits

and has permits for air filter,extractor,strut brace

***this car can be sold to eastern states***

for serious enquiries please e mail me or call me to inspect the car...



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yes the price is negotiable and good price will be offered to buyer who will buy both the car and the spare panels.

spare panels are;

1 x bonnet

1 x left front fender

2 x right front fenders

1 x front bumper

1 x pair of pop up lights

also the rear bumper will be painted black as i am in the middle of stripping the previous paint off. it shows patchy in the pics.

i was told that transporting to sydney was $900 on road

so that should be a rough indication for ppl in the eastern states.




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