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  1. sound clip might help....otherwise we are all stabbing in the dark!
  2. I wish i could mellonman.- Peter he is asking £7500 for it.-Gaz i know it had some paint work done after i owned it so maybe not perfect in the colour match i would like to guess, you can see from the spats that were added after i sold it are a little out, it was possibly the cleanest car i had ever owned:(.-Ben do the active lip! Iam an avid fan of the whole oem look.-Mark, i will always look at the supra with adoring eyes...there is just something about it, the lines, the speed....and the price ha ha, however i have en eye on other stuff too not all import stuff or even jap, i am liking the
  3. Anyone missed me?? Well i am still supraless , but now have two Lovely little girls:)....how life has changed for me!! I still look at them and have just found my old one for sale on pistonheads:thumbs:, its being sold by a trader in essex. Added a pic of the ol girl to remind you all.....
  4. Some brake shoes are not bonded on very well.....seen it before, shoes can sometimes last the life of the car, obviously under normal operating conditions. I expect this wil be a one off for you.
  5. You can pick up a focus nowadays for the price of a cambelt, so I wouldn't worry :-)
  6. Brakes are not something I would suggest to try to fix if you don't have the knowledge.
  7. Common fault...clean the rear brake shoes and drums.
  8. ....look at this link I found when I google the engine type to try and get a pic for you. http://pariswells.com/blog/tag/vauxhall-astra-engine-coolant-temperature-sensor although this is a mk4 and your is a three. Is it a multipoint injection? Several places if I can recall without looking at my paperwork, could be at the back of the inlet manifold or in the head just above the alternator bracket. Good luck!
  9. Fruitless exercise I would say on an n/a.....save your money for cosmetic mods!
  10. Disconnect the cold start switch then start the vehicle as this will fool the ecu thinking the engine is cold.if it starts first time then you know it's the sensor.this must be done on a cold engine, on a hot engine it will be overfueling and will be very had to start. Cold start switch is a two terminal block either blue or black.
  11. As a pair £100.... Nic used to get these I believe?
  12. What happened fella, didnt poison yourself with your cooking did you?
  13. movistar

    near miss

    How lucky was this chap?
  14. I am having a hard enough time stopping myself buying this back...your not helping;-) Post 27 for the under car pics....christ what am i doing looking at these, i should be looking at pram's!!
  15. Yeah of course...but i dont think the missus would be too impressed as we have twins arriving very very soon. It looked the best when it had the TTE wheels on and the oem skirts.As you say the stock look still is so much better that tack! Just need a small win fall and another garage to hide it in..Lol
  16. I know!? Here is his add on ebay...really not the best, he has changed the wheels and now it has a scratch on the rear bumper apparantly? http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1996-TOYOTA-SUPRA-TWIN-TURBO-SILVER-FACELIFT-MODEL-/250869242362?pt=Automobiles_UK&hash=item3a68f8d9fa Other than that its pretty much the same.
  17. Just to let you all know the guy is selling my old supe for cheaper than i sold it!?...get in touch for his number if you want it guys.
  18. No not yet, standard alloy looking tax disc holder with the supra emblem on the back.The one with the little allen keys bolts around the outside.
  19. Plastic.... the real McCoy.you obviously know they only come as a pair normally at the cost of £100. I take it you want it posted up to u??
  20. Real nice one there for someone...vvti is one on my lists to own. Good luck with your sale.
  21. The front speakers are the ones in the pods(speaker boxes) behind the door cards, Box(pods) are included. Rear covers(grills) in black! are the ones that are overed in a cloth and attach to the rear quater panel trim.
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