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Well, this is a technical forum, so we'd have to at least know the parts that you are thinking of. Also, I'm not trying to be a jerk, but, please use at least somewhat proper grammar and spelling in this forum. I grew up around the stuff so its not a big deal for me, but some older guys frequent these forums and when it comes to specific technical things, misunderstanding is the last thing you would want. So it would benefit you and the rest of the community.

To answer your question, 99% no. In the US the 4th gen Celica did not share the same engine series, or any significant part of the chassis, driveline, or subframe with the Corolla Sport. In Europe and Japan a few engines were shared, but not here. The 4th gen Celica shares a few elements of the AE92 corolla subframe. The only thing that may work is the steering wheel. That at the moment is the only thing I can think of.
 

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Ya just because they're the same year doesnt mean they share parts. If you want to enter change part you would want to keep with the same car ie celica-celica, corolla-corolla.

P.S. Plz use proper grammar, it makes you look childish...
 

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No. There are no parts that interchange. They are completely different chassis with completely different drivetrains.

The seats don't even go from one to the other.

You might be able to get the radio to go from one to the other, but that is about it.
 
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