Key facts

  • Sports
  • Manual
  • White
  • 158000
  • Petrol
  • 1991
  • Former Keepers 2

The ST185 is Toyota's most successful rally car. It won the WRC Driver's Championship in 1992, and the WRC Manufacturer's and Driver's Championships in 1993 and 1994. The significance of the Toyota Celica GT-Four in WRC history, previously dominated by European manufacturers, is that it was the first time a Japanese car manufacturer entered the WRC with an AWD turbocharged car, took trophies and won the titles.

This is a Genuine UK CAR originally used by TOYOTA as a demo showroom car and then was bought by an elderly gentleman that has kept it till now.

The car is totally original and is in Virtual showroon condition still!!

This is a credit to the last owner that has kept in in a garage all of its life and ha been meticulously maintained.
It retains all of its original feature down to the original stereo; manuals and even the press release pictures!! Including the orginal sale brochure.

Reluctant sale of this car was due to medical reasons the poor gentleman was not allowed to drive a fast car anymore as recommended by his doctor :). You will be hard pushed to find such an original car as this.

The 3S-GTE in the ST185 GT-Four features an air-to-air intercooler and CT26 twin entry turbo to eliminate exhaust gas interference.
The Full-time 4WD system in the GT-Four has viscous coupling center limited slip differential.
The GT Fours Motorsport heritage gleams at you from every inch of its sleek body.
Steering road holding and brakes have all been enhanced to match its extra performance.
The suspension incoporates the remarkable Vorlauf geometry, developing stability and ride comfort even further.

  • Start Date Of Current Keeper00-00-0000
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