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Some shots from last night giving her a cleaning. Cleaned up the original 15' SE alloys for winter driving. I'm in the process of repainting my 19 Konig Unknowns for spring time. She still runs strong @270,000K+:thumbsup:

Things to do:

1. Clutch Slave....
2. 19" Konig Unknowns (Repaint)
3. Suspension (Coilovers because everthing is shot)
4. Body kit-Repaint(Spring/2011)
5. Interior/Carpet (NEW)






 

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two things:
1: that factory paint? if so thats nice
2: engine mods in the future?
 

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+1 on the paint.

Gotta love a SE 3vz 5-speed. Those alloys are my favorite.
 

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CLEAN BRO :thumbsup:
 

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Discussion Starter #6 (Edited)
BDub....as for the engine maybe just an intake and some new catch tanks from Weapon R(Wash, Raid/overflow). She runs strong as she is and I plan to baby her the rest of time a have her. This is the 3rd SE Camry I've owned (92,05,08) and also owned a 94 xle v6 that was a great car as well. As for the paint it does look like the last owner has had it resprayed a few years ago. Some areas are chipping(Little Rust) and needs attention by spring.

Done/2010
1. Clutch/Flywheel (OEM TOYOTA)
2. Valve Covers front & rear
3. New Oil pan/ Rear seal
4. Spark Plugs/Wires (OEM TOYOTA)
5. New Battery/Gold + & - Terminals
6. Engine Cleaning/Complete
7. Refurbished the factoy alloys


Big BIRD-As for the Coilovers, you had mentioned that the K-sports were okay but the new ones that you put on are worth the money? And your rims would look amazing blacked out! I just love the look of your car.

Lynchburg-Yeah I love the factory alloys 15'/6's!
 
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