6G Celicas

1994 GT Convertible

Year: 1994
Chassis Code: ST205
Type: GT
Body Style: Convertible
Transmission: Manual
Color: Red
Location: Oregon

Added 3 months ago by Mooch.

Performance

Still has stock engine but pricing GT4 front clips.

Suspension

Tein STech lowering springs (2.5 inch), Koni struts and shocks.

Exterior

Front and rear bumper splitters, rear splitters were cut in half and extended to fit the convertible. Rear spoiler was also cut in half and widened, feet were redesigned with fiberglass to fit the trunk lid. Curren tail lights, projector high and low beams. Folding mirrors, custom paint by yours truly. 17” Enki rims powder coated by yours truly. Falken tires 245/40/17. Custom made front and rear big brake kits with Wilwood pads and calipers, finished to match the car. Shaved door handles with 40lb door actuators, Lamborghini doors are coming. 1996 Celica front end. All lights converted to LED, under car lighting. Custom fender flares fabricated on the car. Spoiler, ground effects, mirrors and fender flares are painted in carbon fiber design. Flames were airbrushed and layered then finished with a coat of pearl to give them a ghost effect. All work was performed at NW Auto Solutions in Albany, Or https://nwautosolutions.us

Interior

Katzkin leather interior from shopsar.com. New carpet kit, Pioneer sound system, 12” woofer, 2000watt amp. TRD shifter

More info

Probably

All 3 Comments

Mooch

Mooch says:

Note on the spacers: I am running 1.25" spacers but they are steel and tack welded to the hubs essentially extending the length of the axles.

Posted about 1 month ago

MosquedaInkorporated

MosquedaInkorporated says:

What do you mean by caldina taillights?

Posted about 1 month ago

Mooch

Mooch says:

My apologies, Toyota Curren tail lights.

Posted about 1 month ago

MosquedaInkorporated

MosquedaInkorporated says:

This is sick! You are freakin sick bro! Never seen a convertible this clean

Posted about 1 month ago

Mooch

Mooch says:

Thanks bro! I have done a lot of customizing on the car and it’s nice to hear that others appreciate the work!

Posted about 1 month ago