View Full Version : Gen3 3sge RWD corolla in SYDNEY

23rd October 2009, 04:38 PM
Gen3 3sge RWD corolla

Hi all Iím posting on behalf of a friend thatís Overseas, heís looking to sell so he can spend some more time there (who wouldnít)
Itís been a reliable car and has over 6 months rego (will check the exact date when i get home)
He was building it to start driving on the track with the rest of us but managed to only get on their 2 times.
To build this car would cost you double what he is asking if you have read about the other guys who have done a 3sge conversion they spend in excess of $10,000
It is a KE70 Slantly front white corolla
Straight shell with original white paint (pealing in some places)
Has complete interior dash says just over 200,000kms
Gen3 3ste motor out of mr2 177 bhp (132 kW, 180 PS)
Brand new starter motor bought from Toyota
Twin throttle body conversion feed by impco gas mixer
98 litre gas tank mounted in the boot (still room to pull out spare tyre)
Lpg gas gauge mounted in car and one in boot
Still retains the standard fuel tank and filler in case you wanted it efi
2 Ĺ inch sports exhaust with extractors and cannon muffler (fairly loud)
Polished oil catch can
AE71 pedal box with braided clutch line and slave cylinder
New Exceedy sports heavy duty clutch installed 4 months ago
Custom bell housing from S series motors to Borg Warner
Rebuilt corona 5 speed built by craft differentials 4 months ago
Custom 1 piece tail shaft with uni to suit Borg Warner diff
Borg Warner locked Diff with a Disk brake conversion on rear
Corona lower control arms, front struts and corona 2 pot brakes
AJPS 6kg rear springs
Tokiko super street rear shocks
Saber series 2 water temp gauge
5 inch taco with shift indicator
Pioneer CD player with 6x9Ē speakers in the rear

Because it is on lpg it gets great fuel economy $50 to fill for 600+ kms
The paint could use some touching up but he wasnít picky so it never bothered him.
It is a bit loud but what would you expect from a corolla with a 3sge in it
Stops really well with the front and rear discs
The lpg conversion was carried out by and lpg mechanic and is not converted yet so you can get the rebate which is almost $2,000
The handbrake is connected but wouldnít be hard to do
HE IS LOOKING FOR OFFERS OVER $4500 but is Negotiable on price within reason
It is a good car and whoever buys it will be getting a bargain and if they wanted could take it straight to the track or could clean it up and make it an awesome streeter

I will have pictures up in the next few days but Iím more than happy to answer any questions to the best of my ability
Please pm or reply back if you need my number
Am located in north rocks which is near pennant hills/Parramatta

Thanks Justin

23rd October 2009, 05:22 PM
cheap as

25th October 2009, 11:06 AM
def would like to see pictures