: The TRD kit is also really nice and they're both Toyota OEM. Can't wait to see the new spoiler!looks so good!!! it almost makes me wish id have gone the tsunami route LOL
Thanks and gee I wonder whom I got it from...along with so much else :chuckles:I like the small touch with the dragon emblem on the front.
What fog bulbs do you have Jen?
Love the storm!~
Thanks! And nothing special, just halogen H3. The yellow/purple look on the fogs is its own natural beauty :chuckles:Im now heavily considering a TRD front on my tsunami just saying
In time the BRZ will join the family, just not yet. And the wheels will be updated too.thats not a brz oke:
but i love it tho, it just needs a little low and some spacers.
Those were a very important item in my decision to keep the TRD front. Still love them and I finally have oem brackets for them tooThem TRD fogs... :drool:
It was probably time to move on, she had her for years.
I plan on keeping mine till i die :cheers:
What I enjoy the most, is going to a car show or meet and I'm the only celica there! Happens 95% of the time. There still seems to be plenty of RSX's around thoughWhen one moves on is not merely determined by how long one has owned their car. As you must be aware, since you go on to mention that you plan to keep yours till you die... a plan I can relate to btw.
What I enjoy the most, is going to a car show or meet and I'm the only celica there! Happens 95% of the time. There still seems to be plenty of RSX's around though
Absolutely!Agreed. I love that the car has become much more rare now, and the lowered ones that have some tasteful and slick exterior additions still really stand out. The body styling lends itself very well to a sleek lowered look, and has stood the test of time better than most cars. The Celica after 17 years still looks like it could have been released much more recently, and has better lines than most new cars in its class.