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4 Cylinder Engine
*The piston starts at the top, the intake valve opens, and the piston moves down to let the engine take in a cylinder full of air and gasoline. (Part 1 of the figure) This is the intake stroke . Only the tiniest drop of gasoline needs to be mixed into the air for this to work.
*Then the piston moves back up to compress this fuel/air mixture. Compression makes the explosion more powerful. (Part 2 of the figure)
*When the piston reaches the top of its stroke, the spark plug emits a spark to ignite the gasoline. The gasoline charge in the cylinder explodes , driving the piston down. (Part 3 of the figure)
*Once the piston hits the bottom of its stroke, the exhaust valve opens and the exhaust leaves the cylinder to go out the tail pipe. (Part 4 of the figure)
*Now the engine is ready for the next cycle, so it intakes another charge of air and gas
We enjoyed our Celica so much that we decided to take it one step further. Designing the Simulation Version for the Game Simulation called NASCAR Heat. A complete reference will be made to describe steps to enjoy this car in the game it was designed for by RacelineCentral. We will give you the instructions so that after you have installed NASCAR Heat, You can install this add-on mod. From that point, you will be able to make any change you would like, for example... Wheels, paint and more to match your cars and get clubs involved as well
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Where did the Celica's actual style and inspiration come from? Here is a little bit of history that you don't hear much about, but many Celica owners know.
It all started in 1964 with the Ford Mustang. This was a definite flag ship for Ford and one of the biggest turn-on in the automotive world of it's day in the USA. Clear around the world in Japan took notice to this love struck country over this Pony car. With notice, the Japanese also fell in love with her beautiful lines and power too. Japan's Toyota car manufacturer took on the challenge of designing Japan's own version of the American Ford Mustang. After completion, production followed with shipments pouring into USA in 1971. In 1974, Toyota introduced the first GT 5 speed Celica which is shown below. In 1976, Toyota did not pull any strings when the Lift back rolled off the assembly line. This was by far the most obvious copy of the stylish Ford Mustang fastback and MACH1. Toyota did a great job on these cute versions of the Mustang and like the Mustang, The Celica stormed America with open arms.
Our family was crazy over them too, I owned the oldest one shown below, 1974. My brother owned a 1975 GT and my mother topped it all off with a 1976 GT Lift-back in a beautiful factory Root-beer brown metal-flaked paint. If you are a Celica owner as like us, you can understand exactly why our family owned 3 Celica's at one time. As most owners all know...once you drove one of these speedy little rockets, you became hooked for life. Well, I bought mine 1st and outlasted our family by a long shot. Owning this car since 1976 and just recently had it's 30th B-Day.
When I eventually move on...my daughter has already informed me that it will become hers and has promised to carry on this car's legacy with our family. I guess my life is complete now that she wants it. Little does she know that I may just take it with me,
Update: I decided to sell the car a few years back.  I never had time to get it repainted and put back together, so I sold it for $2900 and soon after I picked up the Toyota MR2 I still have today.
My 1974 Toyota Celica GT
1st Model Version for Racing in the NASCAR Heat Sim Game
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* 78 Corvette Yellow w/Champagne Gold Pearl Clear
* Fiberglass molded Aero Dynamics Kit
* Custom Coil-Over Struts Front Springs
* Original Cragar 4 spoke Rims-BFG T/A's 50's-60's
* Holley/Weber Down-Draft 2 bbl Carburetor
* Mallory Unilite High-Fire Electronic Ignition
* Mallory Auto Advancing Distributor
* Offenhauser Duel-Port Intake Manifold
* Hooker Extended Length Sprint car Headers
* John De Long Sprint car Race Cam
* Genuine Grant Signature Steering Wheel
* Removable Black Matrix Sunroof
* Carved Teakwood Hand formed Shifter
* Rear Window louvers
* 5 - Speed Manual transmission
* Complete analog gauge instrument panel

*Engine 1990cc I4 SOHC
*Horsepower 140HP@4800RPM
*Bore 89
*Stroke 80
*Compression ratio 8.7:1
*Models with this engine: 1974-78 GT (USA)
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I got lucky in finding this car on Craig's List. It almost slipped thru fingers when I went to buy it. As I was discussing the purchase, another person  pulled up down the street and was discussing the purchase with the owner  on cell phone. I said it was sold loud enough for the person to hear and handed the money over and drove it home. The car was in a minor front end accident with damages needing repairs, as well as the interior was half missing and many other  problems were located. Mostly cosmetic, the engine and transmission were great though. I went right to work on it and replaced entire interior to black and located missing pieces as I brought the interior back to its glory in a better color. Installed  tint, radio, amp, steering wheel release, shorter shifter throw, extinguisher, new Celica seats, and anything else that needed to be replaced.
After words, I started on the exterior and handling and motor. Repaired the damage in front and pulled the damage out  to specifications. Put a fiberglass bumper cover in and a headlight system with fans. Put in some racing coil overs and new custom wheels and tires. I flushed the motor of it's past and started using quality fluids and  kept up the tune ups religiously. Put in an air dynamic intake canister with a dedicated air scoop. I was achieving 32-34 mpg on trips down to Southern California. During replacing the  brakes, I noticed a prior owner installed the smaller brakes disk. I decided to put the larger original size rotors into the car, brand new. I installed a fiberglass supercharger  rear hood cover and a 3rd generation Sebring rear wing. I have purchased a new fiberglass front hood and had it shipped from Europe. This install is pending. I moved batter  to  front, leaving  room for the airbox install as well.  I put a full size spare tire into the spot it belongs giving it the added weight in front it needed with battery.
The car was purchased for $700 and I put a lot of time and energy to get to be much better than it has ever been. It is a ball to drive and handles incredible. Everywhere  I take it, people stop me and ask about it. Presently I think it could get me $12k as it sits now and is climbing rapidly. I don't plan on letting it  go at any time and just want to enjoy the work done and share it with everyone to see.
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