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1988 GTS Corolla part out. Rusty with some good parts,

Engine is spoken for but let me know if you need panels, windows, auxiliary engine bay parts.
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Engine is spoken for but let me know if you need panels, windows, auxiliary engine bay parts.
Any pics?

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Engine is spoken for but let me know if you need panels, windows, auxiliary engine bay parts.
I could use the trans. What's it got in it? C50? C52? Also could use the drivers' side skid guard underneath the car if you've got it
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I could use the trans. What's it got in it? C50? C52? Also could use the drivers' side skid guard underneath the car if you've got it
Don't you have a sedan? The trans from a GTS may swap over, but things like the skid guard may not.

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So a skid guard is only if you have what I think are called ground effects (front spoiler, etc.)?

And the stock plastic shields under the front (at least on my sedan) are called gravel or splash shields?

Just wondering, thanks.

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I call the 2 plastic things under the sedan in the front wheel wells the splash guards. I'm not sure what skid guards are.
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By skid guards I meant splash shields. Like underneath the car on the front drivers side. I can probably send a picture of where I’m talking about when I get home.

I also need an ignition coil BUT I’m sure if the engine is spoken for, the distributor and it’s components probably are too.
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I call the 2 plastic things under the sedan in the front wheel wells the splash guards. I'm not sure what skid guards are.
I’ve always called the pieces inside the wheel wells fender liners. But that’s probably not right lol
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Do you have both power side mirrors?
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Do you have both power side mirrors? I have a grey 88 gts need side mirrors
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Do you have the rear suspension links?
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