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LOL!!!!

Was kinda surfing around the net a bit, looking for some MKI CelicaXX sites... And I ran across this..... :shock:

http://www.toyota-supra-club.de/hp/mk1technote.htm

The search results said that the website name was "Toyota Supra Community Germany".

As for the picture (that I know was copied from Chris Jensen's website), it's a 14 year old picture of my 1980 MA46 MKI Brownpra... Wish I had taken more pic of this car... I have more pics of the Silver Slug than this.

Anywho, eventually, I will see if I can get this website translated. Too lazy to do it now. :p :p
 

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Saw a MK1 or Celica in a yard today, don't know which it was exactly. Suprised to see it, but not enough to take a closer look. The whole car seemed to be there.
 

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I have also seen some ivory or tan color mk1 supras here for really cheap but no one seems to pick them up very mint ones too with low klm..
 

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ive seen a bunch of mkIs in yards lately, anyone looking for parts?
 

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Thanks Wade,

Yep, that's Alki Beach, probably Springtime 1989.

Just remembered that Chris J also had the "other" picture of my Brownpra still out there. May as well stick that here also. This was out by Lake Washington @ the Stan Sayres Hydroplane Pits. Probably Summer of 89.



Oh good, the picture is not that big!!! :D
 

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Re: You never know where some VERY OLD pictures will surface

CJSREDPRA said:
LOL!!!!

Was kinda surfing around the net a bit, looking for some MKI CelicaXX sites... And I ran across this..... :shock:

http://www.toyota-supra-club.de/hp/mk1technote.htm

The search results said that the website name was "Toyota Supra Community Germany".

As for the picture (that I know was copied from Chris Jensen's website), it's a 14 year old picture of my 1980 MA46 MKI Brownpra... Wish I had taken more pic of this car... I have more pics of the Silver Slug than this.

Anywho, eventually, I will see if I can get this website translated. Too lazy to do it now. :p :p
Chris,

There's not much to the page, I sort-of translated using babelfish. I can't work out a direct link to the translated page, does anyone know if this is possible? Anyway, the text for each section is below:

Celica Supra MKI MA46/47: End of the 70's decides Toyota a Sportmodel of the Celica on the market rauszubringen. This Spitzenmodel of the Celica was called first Celica XX. 1979 appear the first version, also as MkI admit.

Motor: Wassergekuelter six cylinder row engine (Toyota 5m-e). A obenliegende cam shaft (SOHC), two valves per cylinder. Achievement 140 HP with 5400 U/min, maximum torque 215 Nm with 3600 U/min. Capacity 2759 ccm, drilling x stroke: 83 x 85 mm, compression ratio 8,8:1.

Power transmission: Rear-wheel drive

Body: Wheel base 2630 mm, unloaded weight 1180 kg, overall length 4600 mm, width 1650 mm, height of 1310 mm.

That's it. Not really much that isn't known anyway :)
 

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Beautiful car! Gives me inspiration to work more on my 7M MKI with nice pics like that! Keep 'em coming as you find them! Or send them my way! Might make me a new screen saver!..hehehe


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Thanks Scotty.

Those are the only 2 pics that I have that are on the web at the moment. I do have other pictures, but I need to get them scanned in.
 

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Dang, that's a nice looking car! It reminds me of how badly mine needs paint :(
 
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