Japanese auto manufacturers and their sales were at an all-time high during the 70s; the oil crisis meant American car buyers were moving out of their land yachts and into fuel-sipping Japanese vehicles. The Toyota Celica was a lovely option during those trying times as you got sporty looks and a car with some decent racing pedigree. In its 35-year production run and multiple generations, the Celica helped launch the legendary Supra name, be an impressive rally car and race car and provide car buyers worldwide with that legendary Toyota reliability and performance to ensure a smile after every drive. With a motoring pedigree and good looks, this 1991 Toyota Celica GT Convertible is a survivor from the golden era of Japanese motoring. The car is reported to be for sale by the original owner and has just 16,189 miles since new making this one rare machine and one savvy investment in the years to come.
With a more rounded design, the fifth generation Celica is perhaps the most interesting design of the multiple models. This 1991 Toyota Celica GT Convertible sports a super red exterior with a black Cambria cloth convertible top. the cars exterior design has never been fettled with and all its exterior components like the Rear spoiler with LED brake light is still present. This car is not only a survivor but also sports optional extras like fog lamps and the aluminum alloy wheels that boast its factory features and make it stand out. A time warp is the best way to explain the grey interior on this 1991 Toyota Celica GT Convertible; like the exterior, everything is factory and in great condition. You also get some lovely factory optional extras which come in the form of cruise control and intermittent wipers, premium 3-in-1 ETR/Cassette/CD with eight speakers for your tunes, and factory A/C to cool down.
Keeping up with performance in the 90s was a challenging task. Still, the 5S-FE (2.2L) inline-four engine was the right fit for this 1991 Toyota Celica GT Convertible and provided the right mix between sports cars and a comfortable cruiser. A quick look at the engine bay, and you're reminded that this is a low mileage example based on how clean and sorted everything looks. Power is sent to the car's front wheels through a 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
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