Hey guys, well the time has come to say good by to my beloved coupe. Just bought a new car and have no ability to keep a second car. I wanted to give teh community the chance to buy the car outright before i go tearing it apart. Id rather see it go as is to a good home.
Differences between the SE and other models include tighter steering ratio, smaller final drive transmission from the ES300 (no manual option for the V6), and upgraded sway bars and springs(which are now gone).
What: 94 camry coupe, SE V6, supercharged, auto
mileage: 196000, mostly highway miles.
***click on my cardomain link to see pics***
TRD supercharger @ 4psi (20K miles sicne i got it, replaced the oil at about 5K miles of that 20. thre was no teflon chipping, minmal scaring on the inside, the nose gear had no play and the oil commin out was clean.)
OBX headers & y-pipe (ols/one off style. better then stock but worse then the new OBX stuff)
Megan Racing 2.5" Drift Spec catback
walbro 190lph fuel pump
IK22 spark plugs
Knock sensor relocation
SRI w/custom CAI extension that dumps next to rmm lip side vents
Front brakes - Eric Sol Caliper relocation mod, Supra TT drilled and slotted rotors(drilled and slotted more for the look), EBC Green stuff pads
Rear brakes - ES300 rotor upgrade, Hawks pads.
ISC coilovers 8k front / 7k rear
TRD rear sway bar
17x7 MB Boost wheels w/ 225/45/17 Nitto NeoGen NTs 50% front, 75% rear
RMM Gen3 front lip
Cyber side skirts
Gen4 TRD rear spats (these last 3 painted black to minimize repairs if damaged)
OEM lip spoiler
C-Wings CF hood(great fitment, needs some work to get sprayers installed and needs hood pins) now starting to fade.
Autometer boost gauge and uninstalled tranny temp gauge
gen3 3 gauge piller pod
custom depo headlights w/ retrofitied H7 halo projectors (halos wired but never hooked up
35w H7 6000k HIDs
hyper yellow highbeams
pro level foglight wiring from our beloved camry junkie (ASG14), fog lights removed to fit RMM lip.
supra TT brembo blanks
OEM reman front dual piston calipers w/ pads and brackets
walbro 255lph fuel pump
sc300 fuel injectors, under 100K, should be cleaned
poly lower control arm bushings
steering rack bushings
(these parts will be included in the sale)
engine: performs well with no internal, mechanical or electrical issues. Engine does have small oil leak at the front of the motor. I have not been able to identify whether it is the HG or VCG. Oh and it passed emisions, without an egr...
tranny: shifts smooth for the most part. fluid is clean and not discolored, halfshafts just replaced with cardone remans. only issue is when shifting from first to second gear, the sift is a little slow when not in PWR and moderatly in the throttle. This was an issue when I bought the car and has not gotten worse. Not really sure why it does that.
suspension: the suspension feels great. the ISC coilovers are a good mix of comfort and harshness. the car handles well. however, it is an old car so bushings are starting to show their age. most notably are the lower control arm bushings, for which i have polly replacements that need to be installed.
Brakes: car stops well especially at high speeds due to the ericsol kit. only issue is with the front left caliper, it seems to stick a little after it is used a few times. this is what i bought the calipers for and hope to replace them before it sells.
steering: the quicker ratio, while not anything to write home about, makes the car a little more nimble. it moves freely without any noise or binding. there does appear to be a small leak a the top seal of the steering rack. Also, there is a thud that can be herd when fully clocked in either direction. this i have not pinpointed, it could be a bad bushing or something wrong with the steering. the car tracks straight and true on the highway.
Interior: equipt with the SE trim which includes stiffer bolstered seats and the SE fabric pattern. also as part of the trim package there is a black leatehr wrapped steering wheel and ebrake, black shifter and black dash. there are some stains on the front and back seats
that i have yet to try to get out. the seats themselves are in good condition considering their age. the passenger side shows some ware on the thigh bolstering. finally, the sun roof has come off it's tracks and will ahve to be repaired or left alone, it does not leak so far as i can tell.
body: here is where i feel most of th TLC is needed. while the paint is in pretty good condition for how old it is, but naturally there are flaws. the paint is fading in places like the roof and on the rear 1/4 pannels a little. there are small scratches but few door dings. there is peeling clear coat on the passenger door. the passenger fender will have to be replaced because a cart hit it about 4 months ago. finally, the cursed camry door handles has struck on the drivers side.
I only have pics from before winter to post now but will post new one after the car gets a wash.
My goal here is to try to find a home for the whole car as is with all parts. Ive been honest to the best of my current knowledge on the issues with the car. while it is old and in need of more love then i can offer, it is a gem. very rare model, very rare, and one of only 2 coupes to supercharged and one of only 3 supercharged gen3s (so far as i know). it looks good, sounds awesome, handles well, and gets me compliments from all sorts of tuners.
Asking price is $4,000 for everything, as is including extra parts.
for thoes of you thinking "how could he ask so much?" heres how i broke it down.
supercharger: 1500 at least
all installed parts: 1500 at least
price of the car: 1000
that doesnt include the $600 in parts i paln on including.
PMing me is the best way to get in touch.
Im not in any real hurry to sell so feel free to pick my brain about issues, potential, whatever.