Nowadays, finding a clean, unmodified sixth-generation Celica for reasonable money is nearly impossible. They've all been either modified beyond saving or driven into the ground, or both. That's what makes this Celica, which , such an interesting find. It's an unmodified example that checks all the boxes for a fun, front-wheel drive two-door. You should buy it.
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According to the seller in New Milford, Connecticut, this turquoise-colored 1994 Celica GT liftback has had just one owner from new, and has just over 106,000 miles on the clock. Better yet, this car is totally unchanged from stock, and sports a factory five-speed manual transmission and a set of sweet patterned cloth seats. Under the hood sits a naturally aspirated 2.2-liter inline four that made 135 horsepower and 145 lb.-ft. of torque when new.
As you can see from the photos, this car is impeccably clean. All of the body panels look to be in original factory condition, and the interior seems barely used. The engine bay and trunk are in equally good condition, as are the wheels and exterior lights. It's rare you find a sixth-gen Celica as untouched as this one. The car even comes with all of the original manuals, paperwork, and window sticker.
Best of all? It's currently up for sale on eBay Motors with a Buy It Now price of just $5990 or best offer at a dealership called New Milford Motors. Sure, it's not crazy cheap, but it's a reasonable price considering just how nice this car is. If I were in the market for a sixth-gen Celica, I wouldn't hesitate to jump on this one.