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    CelicaSupra.com Member Gage006's Avatar
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    "smaller ignition key" can we get a pic of the difference? never noticed that. does it not have the button on the top?
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    edit* key pics posted up...keep the info and pics coming, thanks guys!

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    More rubbish...

    The Digital Dash/Trip Computer was actually a option on the L-Types. I have seen several analog dash's in L-Types.

    Eventually, I'll get around to writing up my dissertation on Leather interiors....

    The addition of the pictures is looking great!!!! If you need more pics, check Bill Loeffler's website for ideas

    http://www.angelfire.com/me2/suprapage/mk2.html
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    The L-types with analogs, were those checked as being USDM or CDN? Or is it listed that way in the brochures? (I've never seen any brochure so I wouldn't know) All the US L-types I've seen were digi dash, but some Candians have told me about analog Ls as well as the digi p-types...some kind of sick Toyota joke? LOL
    also, weird but my 1982 P-type had mudflaps so I just assumed they all had them ,lol

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    USDM.

    I've seen quite a few Analogs in either PacNW members cars, or in junkyards, regardless of years. There is currently a Super Silver 85 L-Type in a junkyard that has a Analog dash.

    (Off Topic) Yes, Digital Dash's in P-Types is a Canadian thing. And that's all they got, they never did get the Trip Computer.
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    ah ok, I have to collect all the info on the other cars and post them separately...btw it's been corrected
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    where you want the 82 L pics sent?
    and what do you want pics of?
    - the Bentley Continental GT...at 1600 rpm it makes more torque than an entire production run of hondas
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    right now I'd like a close up shot of the L-type wheel, please send to TanyasMkIISupra@aol.com ...I also need a close up shot of the '85 L-type wheel if anyone can get one
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanyas Mk2
    right now I'd like a close up shot of the L-type wheel, please send to TanyasMkIISupra@aol.com ...I also need a close up shot of the '85 L-type wheel if anyone can get one
    http://timber.rbss.net/efavideos/ima..._happyface.jpg

    not as good a shot as i remember, but use it if it works for you.
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    ha funny, I already have that picture, but was going to wait b/c it's CDN and I'm only covering USDM right now... I was hoping for a head on view of the L-type wheel, I have plenty P-types but no Ls
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