6G Celicas


Year: 1995
Chassis Code: ST204
Type: GT
Body Style: Hatchback
Transmission: Manual
Color: White (OEM)
Location: OHIO, USA

Added over 9 years ago by xsi671stuntman. As of almost 4 years ago, xsi671stuntman has indicated that they no longer own this Celica.


- Stock (September 14, 2012)
- Customized 3" short ram intake pipe Products by spectre (October 02, 2012)
- Haste 3 row core Aluminum Radiator from Ebay member (October 02, 2012)
- OBX 4-1 Header (December 5, 2012)
- GT4 Rear Brake Calipers from Ebay member (October 18, 2013)


- Stock (September 14, 2012)
- Rear JDM Upper Strut Bar from EBAY member (August 6,2013)


- Stock (September 14, 2012)
- OEM Japan Fog Lights (December 6, 2012)
- Afterburner Tail lights from Quadconversion web site (December 21, 2012)
- Clear 3rd Brake light cover from 6gc.net member (December 21, 2012)
- TRD Front Bumper Lip from 6gc.net member Exsane (April 21, 2013)
- TRD Rear Bumper Lip from 6gc.net member Exsane(April 21, 2013)
- TRD Side Skirts from 6gc.net member Exsane (October 20, 2013)
- SSIII Spoiler Riser Blocks from Ebay member ssgt.blinko (September 18, 2013)
- LED Amber Signal bulb lights from Peggy's on Guam (February 9, 2014)
- LED Brake & Tail Lamp bulbs from Peggy's on Guam (February 9. 2014)
- LED Reverse Light bulbs from Pegg's on Guam (February 9, 2014)


- Stock (September 14, 2012)
- Spree Led Dash Conversion Kit from 6gc.net member SPREE (March 12, 2013)
- White Neon lights (4) (June 20, 2013)

More info

I just bought this pretty little thing on September 14, 2012 from the original owner who had bought it out of the California area back in 1995. I got a lot of plans for her but, like everyone else we do our research on what's out there that we could add to our car to make it nice, sweet and tough. I was originally a civic guy but, just got bit by the Celica bug and now my pocket is starting to swell. I will be posting pics as i change out my old parts to either performance parts or aftermarket replacement parts.

All 3 Comments


6Gbestdesing says:

i have a question, i see that you have replaced radiator"haste". did you have a problem, screwing lower censor into a radiator? because i bought aluminum radiator and it has a different thread for screwing in a lower censor, and i had to return it. i don't know which one to buy

Posted over 8 years ago


xsi671stuntman says:

hey sorry about late reply but, I replied to this the very next day that i saw your message. Well anyway I'll answer it again since it didn't go through for some reason. Short and Quick. I didn't have to replace any screw or bolt or nut. all thread pitchs and mounts were just like the oem thread and mounts. Now I heard mixed reviews about this product and decided to just buy it since it was the cheapest and than ill decide if it's a good or bad decision. Well the honest truth is I LOVE IT! I took a risk and my risk paid off. I have never over heated since. As a matter of fact. Not even 10 minutes after making sure I had no leaks or what not. I took her out for a 10 minutes trial abuse period. My temperature never even reached half mark. This is for real a 3 row core aluminum radiator that I am still running up to now that has not given me any problem what so ever. The only thing I had to do when installing the radiator was filing down the plastic piece of the fan assembly to make room of the 2"-3" thickness of the radiator. Overall I say buy it if you have the chance.

Posted about 8 years ago


steptoe says:

Hi there. Where did you find those unusual tail lights?

Posted almost 9 years ago


xsi671stuntman says:

i got them from quadconversions.com their called afterburner rear taillights.

Posted almost 9 years ago


ggn357 says:

That's where all start's from intake to radiator next exhaust muffler to body kit etc....welcome to 6g family!!!

Posted over 9 years ago


xsi671stuntman says:

thanks! there is so much i have in mind that i want already but, the wallet is not keeping up the pace. lol!

Posted over 9 years ago