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  1. do you have any photos to put up with the advert?
  2. Hi Thomas...welcome to the Forum These things happen, I went to a local bike shop to buy a restored Lambretta scooter and came away with a Harley Davidson ūüôā Good to have you onboard and enjoy your Toyota's
  3. Hi....welcome to the Forum Sorry to hear about your mishap. I believe Toyota (Japan) have restarted production of panels for older models....I'm sure I read an article on it last year but you may need to google it to confirm this is the case. Good luck with it and hope you get it back to how it should be
  4. Guday Everyone I have a Hi -Ace Commuter converted to a campervan .     it is built from commercial  Hi -Ace van extended then heightened for use  as a Minibus and an obvious choice  for people like my self who does not  like towing anything bigger than a 6x4 trailer.
    I am 80 yrs young and I think this may be las my  conversion       My  first a Bedford Dormobile took my wife and I all over the UK  Then a Ford Thames 15wt which we called The PASON  our son was conceived in this van( hence the name)over the following  45-50 year we had an  array of vehicles which we converted,  We arrived in OZ and due to a couple of no blame accidents   finished as  unemployable' Never say never! I started  building again, but basic, we cook outside so no big  kitchen ,we have a small dinette , two single beds or one double,  all  in LWB Hi-ace which in top 5th gear needs a higher Diff . does anybody know of a higher interchangeable centre that is a bolt in swop   ANDY in OZ

  5. Hey everyone I own a 2003 Toyota matrix xr with 200k miles hope everyone is doing great

  6. Did you have any pics of the Celica that you want to post up?
  7. Hi Nathan....welcome to the Forum Hope you manage the 1Million miles and there is no reason to imagine that you couldn't ūüôā Aftermarket parts are generally acceptable alternative to genuine OE parts but just don't go for the cheapest and stick to reputable brands and you can't go wrong. Good to have you onboard
  8. Hi TJ...welcome to the Forum Sorry for the late reply, you certainly have a very clean looking Toyota there Good to have you onboard and hope you have many trouble-free motoring miles ahead of you
  9. Unless the vehicle isn't being used for a considerable amount of time then the battery should remain in a charged state. If there is a current drain on the battery then I would be tempted to remove the negative terminal and see if the battery naturally discharges over time or whether there is something pulling it down and then you're into another completely different issue Let us know what you find out
  10. Hi, sorry for the delay in anyone responding to your post. My thoughts were Crankshaft Sensor, What was it in the end?
  11. Hi Joe....welcome to the Forum I fondly remember the Cressida and it was a great car back in the day. Glad to hear that one is still on the road and would love to see some pictures of it. Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  12. I would probably upgrade as the value is in the secondhand market to resell but not viable to continue ownership taking into account annual depreciation
  13. It depends on vehicle use, e.g. town driving versus freeway driving, the town driving is considered to be more degrading to the engine oil and would need changing sooner than say if you just drove around town