Kidney, Anyone? 22,000-mile 1974 Toyota Celica ST

1974 Toyota Celica ST 03

In Ashland, Kentucky right now there sits a gorgeous 22,000-mile daruma waiting for a new owner. The 1974 Toyota Celica ST is as mint as mint can be and swathed in a period brownish-green. Everything is original except for the Cragar wheels, but it appears that the original steelies and hubcaps still reside in boxes stowed in the trunk. Perhaps the only downside is the fact that it’s equipped with a 3-speed slushbox, but luckily early Toyotas have a pre-punched hole in the firewall to pass a clutch master through. Just be sure to save the rubber plug for posterity’s sake. As of this writing, its reserve has been met and exceeded at $13,050. See more photos on eBay

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4 Responses to Kidney, Anyone? 22,000-mile 1974 Toyota Celica ST

  1. Anon said:

    *incoming comments about wanting to molest this car here*

  2. Lincoln Stax said:

    Half a vinyl roof? Fabulous!

  3. Kevin T said:

    Frikin clean!

  4. y.lee said:

    It’s amazing to see how a Celica is worth more than a S30. I guess it’s due to its uncommoness. Still, it’s a great car!!!

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