Hi y'all! I'm back after a year away haha. Much as changed since my last post on here. I picked up a 2000 4cyl 5-speed from Socal back in Nov 17. My previous 98 developed rod knock not too long after I successfully swapped the auto transmission. I was pretty bummed out but she gave me worried free travel and lasted me until 330k miles. Here are two photos I took earlier this spring. I was planning on selling off the 98 as is, but I couldn't do it at the end, so I plan on swapping in another 5S after this winter.
Super late to the question above but the rims are 17-inch XXR 527 wrapped with BF-Goodrich GForce Comp2 A/S.
1992 Camry XLE (Japan) with 528,775 original miles!
Hello good people!
My 1992 Camry XLE (Japan made) with the 5S-FE Engine and the A140E Automatic Transmission.
Like the Title says, it has 528,775 total miles and these pictures are at the main US Post Office located adjacent to the Orlando International Airport.
Just a beautiful Sunset and was coming out of the Post Office and quickly took these pictures.
The CLOSE-UP of the frontal passenger wheel well is to note the brand new Quick Struts that were installed a week ago (ALL 4 of them).
It drives like a totally new GEN3 Camry!:smile:
Of course many more work has been done but, don't want to bore you with those details as you can see them at the other threads.:wink:
My 19yr old and I picked up this gen V6 4.0 with approx 175k for 2.5k a few weeks ago. This weekend we picked up a set of 4.5 XLE 16" alloys from the local junk yard for a steal, with low profile tires even. We're so happy about the way it's coming along.
The first picture is the 1st day we brought her home.
Realized I don't have a lot of pictures my 4 wheeled baby. 98 camry 2.2l LE 5sfe motor, Japan model. 289k- engine was replaced at 200k runs like a dream, never has left me or my husband and son on the side of the road. Couldn't ask for better.
Upgraded rims, new bumpers, new mirrors and after market headlights. Oh! Rockauto has been my savior on most parts
Still a work in progress
First real detail job of my life, no idea what I was doing but I guess the paint turned out alright for 308,000 miles compared to the caked mud and sand it's had on it for years. My wheels look like shit, damn.
The exposure lighting is weird because I don't know how to operate a phone camera.