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Old 07-13-2007, 06:08 PM   #1
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Default SOLD: 1988 Celica Alltrac (GT4) plus motors and more

EDIT: SOLD!


Hey everybody, I'm probably going to be selling my baby sometime soon, because having 2 project cars + working 3 jobs is too much for me. I'll definitely consider trades for other cars +/- cash as well. Has enough parts to go with it to build almost another full ST165

1988 ST165 Toyota Celica AllTrac (GT-Four in other countries)
White with blue cloth interior
NO rust
185k miles

Suspension:
KYB AGX shocks in front
Ingalls FastCam cam bolts
KYB Strut mounts
B+G Lowering Springs
Whiteline adjustable rear sway
Racing beat miata rear endlinks
Whiteline front sway (not installed)
Ground control coilovers (not installed... one of the four got stolen from my garage, but can be purchased individually from GC)

Speed:
Aussie 3" downpipe
AP Engineering 3" stainless midpipe
Custom 3" catback by Pro Dyno, Tempe AZ
3" high-flow cat installed (passes emissions with no problems)
ST185/MR2 exhaust manifold
ST185/MR2 twin scroll turbo
APEX'i AVC-R electronic boost controller
K&N Straight intake
Homebrew Fuel Cut Defencer
Intercooler heat exchanger from a Cobra
NGK plugs (one step colder)
Brembo front slotted rotors w/Porterfield R4S pads
Stainless steel brake lines
other stuff I'm sure I'm forgetting

Blang:
Pioneer MP3 CD deck
boost, narrowband air/fuel, and oil pressure guages
Dark tint
ALLTRAC plates

Spare parts:
JDM MR2 3S-GTE motor w/turbo (full, ready to be installed, including exhaust manifold, twin-scroll turbo, oil cooler w/brand new Hose From Hell, etc.)
ST165 3S-GTE motor, disassembled (spun bearing on piston 1, took to a machine shop and crank can just be polished back into spec with oversize bearings) - 156k miles
ST165 tranny w/156k miles (told it still works great)
spare full ST165 intercooler setup (pump, two heat exchangers, core, as well as another pump from a Typhoon)
full (I think?) engine wiring harness
lots of body and interior parts
new 6-puck clutch/lightweight flywheel (I forget the brand, can check if anyone's interested)
lots more parts info on my for sale thread (anything not sold will go with the car): http://www.alltrac.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=20796 plus more I decided to keep for myself

also includes the BGB (Big Green Book - Toyota's repair manual) for both the Alltrac and the standard Celica, and all of the other Alltrac-specific parts I've accumulated through the years

Mechanically, the car runs fantastic. The only issue is a weird problem I'm having on starting when hot (detailed here for full disclosure: http://www.alltrac.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=15587), which I am planning to resolve before selling the car. It also overboosts if you try to run it to redline on full throttle (which happens on pretty much every alltrac i've seen with a 3" exhaust and no external wastegate), but the FCD and higher octane gas can take care of that.

Dynoed on pump gas at 204.0 AWHP and about 175 Ft/lb of torque at DynoComp's notoriously low reading dyno. Dyno sheet available as well. This was on the stock ECU and running really rich (after 10PSI the stock ECU runs pig rich, leaning it out would easily give another 30 or so AWHP)


some older pics (before tint):





If you have any questions, feel free to PM me or post here, or email me directly for fastest response at [email protected] gmail.com

I will be working on the starting issue this weekend, as well as giving it a bath, and will be able to take pics afterward if anyone's interested.

Asking $6000 obo, negotiable, or trade
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Old 07-13-2007, 06:17 PM   #2
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Best estimates state that only about 2,500 ST165s were imported into the US over 1988-89, and obviously much fewer than that are still available, making this a VERY rare car. I've only heard of two others in the entire state, one I saw on ebay, the other had a blown motor and a bad mechanic, but I bought it and stripped it for parts.


A little info about the car for anyone who's not familiar with it:

* * *

ST165
The first version of the All Trac is known as a ST165 (87-89). The ST165 was based on the ST162 (naturally aspirated front wheel drive) Celica but with several unique changes. Most notably was the drivetrain that was a full time all wheel drive system. The engine was replaced the natural aspirated one with a 16 valve, 2.0 liter motor that was turbo charged and top mounted water-to-air intercooled. This created a performance oriented engine that had a base of 185 horsepower. The performance was close to it's big brother, the Toyota Supra Turbo. However, the All Trac was popular because could take advantage of the all wheel drive during the winter and extreme weather conditions. The car was not a big seller, but it was not Toyota's intention to sell a lot of All Tracs because the car had been built for competition in rally campaigns. An updated version of the ST165 was released in 1989 that accommodated new designs to the interior. To name a few options were power windows, power sunroof, power locks, power and heated mirrors, and an optional leather interior among other things. Around the time of the last ST165s were being sold, a new body style and update of the GT-Four was being produced in Japan (10/89).


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US Specifications (1988):
Code: E50F
Code: 3S-GTE

Type: Transverse Front Engine, Full Time All Wheel Drive
Viscous Coupling Limited Slip Center Differential)

Type: Inline 4, aluminum head

ValveTrain: DOHC, 16 Valve (4 Per Cylinder)

Transmission: 5 speed manual

Displacement: 1998cc (2.0 Liter)

Gear Ratios:
1:
3.58:1
2:
2.05:1
3:
1.33:1
4:
0.97:1
5: 0.73:1
Final:
4.29:1

Bore/Stroke: 86mmX86mm

Compression: 8.5:1

Output HP: [email protected] Rpm

Output Torque: 190 lb/[email protected] Rpm

Redline: 7200 Rpm

Speed Test Mph/1000Rpm Max Speed (mph)
1:
4.4 32 (7300rpm)
2:
7.7 56 ""
3:
11.9 87 ""
4:
16.3 119 ""
5: 21.6 140 (6500rpm)

Dimensions:

Curb Weight: 3270 lb (with options)

Weight Distrobution F/R: 59/41

Wheelbase: 99.4 in

Track F/R: 57.9 in / 56.9 in

Length: 171.9 in


Steering:

Width: 67.3 in

Type: rack-and-pinion, power-assisted

Height: 49.8 in

Turns lock to lock: 2.9

Ground Clearance: 5.1 in

Turning Circle: in: 35.4 ft





Brakes:

Suspension:

Front: MacPherson Struts, Anti Roll Bar

Front: 10.0 in x 1.0 in vented discs

Rear: Struts with lateral links and 1 trailing link,
Anti Roll Bar

Rear: 10.6 in x 0.4 in solid discs



Tires:
Performance:

Wheel Size: 14x6 in

Tire Size: 205/60-14

0-60 Mph: 7.7 sec (7.3 in tests)

Lug Spacing: 5 lug x 100mm

0-100 Mph: 22.4 Sec

Lateral G: .82

60-0 Mph Brake: 146 feet

1/4 Mile: 15.6 Sec @ 88 Mph

Top Speed: 135 Mph

70Mph-0 Brake: 202ft

Turbo:

Model: Toyota CT26

Type: Water and Oil Cooled, Internal Wastegate

Max Pressure: 10.2 psi

Intercooler: Toyota Water/Air Top Mount

Pressure Drop: ~2 psi



Features:




Type: Cloth or Leather Option, bucket seat



Standard: All Wheel Drive
Alloy Wheels
Rear Spoiler
Fog Lights
Power Windows/Locks
Leather Shift Knob
6 Speaker AM/FM Cassette Sound System

Optional:
Anti-Lock Brakes
Power Adjustable Driver Seat
Cruise Control
Leather Seats
Double Adjustable Sunroof
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Old 07-13-2007, 06:58 PM   #3
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Bump for an awesome and well preserved car!
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Old 07-13-2007, 07:02 PM   #4
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heh thanks Virgil. Sure you don't wanna buy it? Honestly I'd probably give a discount for someone that I knew would take good care of this car
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Old 07-13-2007, 07:04 PM   #5
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heh thanks Virgil. Sure you don't wanna buy it? Honestly I'd probably give a discount for someone that I knew would take good care of this car
This will take hardcore prodding of management to get this car. You know what though, I'm going to talk to her about it this weekend.
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Old 07-13-2007, 07:47 PM   #6
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This will take hardcore prodding of management to get this car. You know what though, I'm going to talk to her about it this weekend.
maybe, maybe not....that megasquirt system has come along way and this might be perfect car to use one on.
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Old 07-13-2007, 07:54 PM   #7
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maybe, maybe not....that megasquirt system has come along way and this might be perfect car to use one on.
Actually, that was my original plan for this car. The JDM 2nd-gen 3S-GTE, a Megasquirt and new wiring, and it would be just about perfect. On alltrac.net there's some pretty good support of Megasquirt, and quite a few guys on there are using it (quite a few in Alltrac terms meaning more than 3 )
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Old 07-13-2007, 08:11 PM   #8
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Another cheap standalone project that seems interesting:
http://alltrac.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=20010 using a chipped Honda ECU to run the alltrac

and another one here: http://alltrac.net/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=21150 to add an EEPROM to the stock ECU that can be reflashed.
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Old 07-14-2007, 12:19 AM   #9
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ooooooo............ me want.
bump for an awesome car
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Old 07-14-2007, 12:44 AM   #10
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this thing is teh secks
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Old 07-14-2007, 01:05 AM   #11
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If this wasn't so far away I would be on it like a Ethiopian on a cracker.
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Old 07-14-2007, 02:30 AM   #12
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If this wasn't so far away I would be on it like a Ethiopian on a cracker.
lol... I'm willing to help out on my end to arrange shipping, and have a friend who works for an auto wholesaler so I may be able to get a deal on it. If you're really interested, let me know, since these things are pretty difficult to come by
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Old 07-14-2007, 11:00 PM   #13
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Bizzump. Keep in mind I'm also looking for trades, anything fairly reliable and relatively fun would be interesting
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Old 07-14-2007, 11:48 PM   #14
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how about an '87 chevy custom deluxe stepside?
6" lift
31" tires
bone stock 305 well taken care of.
rare .372 gear ratio
4x4

has been in my family since new. i actually watched it roll off the truck when we ordered it.
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Old 07-15-2007, 01:44 AM   #15
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how about an '87 chevy custom deluxe stepside?
6" lift
31" tires
bone stock 305 well taken care of.
rare .372 gear ratio
4x4

has been in my family since new. i actually watched it roll off the truck when we ordered it.
Haha really I've never been much of a truck person, but then I'm never against trying something new either How many miles? have any pics?
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^^^^ his truck is pretty badass btw, ive been telling him he should let me take it out for a drive
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Old 07-15-2007, 11:43 PM   #17
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don't be posting pics of that pos in front of my house!!!!

i'll miss the alltrac. a car i've always wanted and this one is a great example. i've driven this car and can vouch for it's worthiness.
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Old 07-17-2007, 06:23 PM   #18
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don't be posting pics of that pos in front of my house!!!!

i'll miss the alltrac. a car i've always wanted and this one is a great example. i've driven this car and can vouch for it's worthiness.
Thanks man bump for a pic of the beast in action (and not in front of Erin's house)

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Thanks man bump for a pic of the beast in action (and not in front of Erin's house)

Wait, isn't that Erin's backyard?
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yes it is! jerk. he almost went into the pool after that turn.
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pm your email so i can send you pics of the truck.
i dont want to post em here in your thread.
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Old 07-18-2007, 09:31 PM   #22
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Bump!
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Old 07-21-2007, 02:33 PM   #23
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weekend bump, still entertaining offers/trades
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Old 07-28-2007, 01:29 AM   #24
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bump!
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Old 08-02-2007, 11:57 AM   #25
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sooooooooooooooooooollllddddd! Thanks for playin
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