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· Lowbrow Dunghog
87 corolla GT-S
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I would say it all just depends on were your looking and what your looking for. You can get lucky and find one in good condition thats being sold by someone that doesnt really know what they have and just see it as some old economy car. Or you can fond one that has already been modified and the seller is just looking to get rid if it so they can start another project. I found my 87 GT-s on craigslist and got it for $500. But I have seen drift ready ones for upwards of $6,000.
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