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Which model A60 or A160?

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Richie
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2015/06/02 17:57:14 (permalink)
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Which model A60 or A160?

Hi, I am new to the Forum and as yet do not own a Celica but want to.
I want a project car to enjoy and display. Currently trying to decide between a 1982 RA60 and a 1987 SX162, both are manual and supposedly running. My dilemma is one is rwd and carburettor, the other fwd and EFI. I suspect the older one will appreciate a little more than the other.
Can anyone advise which is the better to drive and which is likely to give the least head aches.
Any advice very appreciated.


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    Re: Which model A60 or A160? 2015/06/06 09:38:04 (permalink)
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    The newer model with injection will give you less headaches.
    Carburettors are horrible to tune and maintain unless you leave your car totally stock.
    I've had many cars with carbies - Holly, SU, Weber etc. I will never go back from injection unless I get a REALLY old car from the 60's or something like that, and even then I would be tempted to convert it to injection.
    If you are looking for resale value, the RWD Celicas are likely to appreciate more than the FWD models.

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