1982 Toyota Corolla TE72 Wagon *Modified for drifting and track use* A/C works

1982 Toyota Corolla Deluxe

Condition: Used
Make: Toyota
Model: Corolla
SubModel: 1.8
Type: Wagon
Trim: Deluxe
Year: 1982
Mileage: 152,482
VIN: JT2TE72W4C5101566
Color: Blue
Engine: 3TC
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Logan, Utah, United States
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Description for Toyota Corolla 1982

A/C and heater work great! It has FEAL Coilovers, a welded differential and new longer front lower control arms. As well as modded knuckles for more steering angle. No leaks at all. Fresh oil change.
I bought this car from the original owner. I was going to restore it and use it for some mild drifting and fun driving vintage car shows. But after I got the car running well and driving well I got a new job where I have to commute over an hour each way. So i'm selling and buying much newer, more luxurious vehicle. I commuted in this 70 miles each way for a little while and it worked fine. The gas mileage is in the 22-25 range which isn't bad. I don't really want to see this car get ruined from drifting it as well, so I'd rather see it go to someone who would cruise it and keep it going for a long time.
New fuel pump and filter (Electric feeding into mechanical with a return line)
Newer offset wheels, 15x8
Good condition Nexen tires 195/45-15
I have in a box all new brake hardware, rubber lines, pads, springs and pins. I was expecting the brakes to be shot before I got it on the road, but they turned out to work well so I haven't put on the new brake parts.
I have all new GATES Hoses, water pump, belt, thermostat etc. The hoses on it now aren't swelling or cracked and it doesn't overheat at all. But I wanted to restore the car so I bought all the parts in advance.
A/C works perfect
Heat works perfect
New AC Delco Tie Rods in the boxes, I expected the ones on the car to be bad, they turned out to be in pretty good shape, so I haven't changed them yet.
New Distributor cap, rotor and NGK plugs and wires installed.
It has a newer catalytic converter.
I have a lot of parts for it. dozens of different parts new in the boxes I can't remember all of it.
Carb was cleaned, but may need a rebuild kit. It seems to load up after idling for more than 3-5 minutes. Doesn't seem to affect the driveability and the car has no problem doing 80 mph like a normal car. It's got a decent amount of power considering.
FEAL Coilovers (valued at over $1000 + shipping) and modified rear leafs to lower it. It's not on blocks and there isn't any wheel hop issues.

I put in a non reclinable racing seat that fits a 34 waist maximum. I still have the stock seat, it is torn. If you do not want the bucket seat I can give you the stock seat and keep the racing seat (Valued at $200)

It has a Vintage Ferrari Momo steering wheel that is not included in sale. Buyer can provide their own 6 bolt wheel or I will put the stock steering wheel back on.
The car does have some rust, especially on the rear quarters. I was debating getting some fender flares for the rear and welding up and sealing that rust but I kind of liked the patina and I didn't want to cut the car up and take away from it's charm.
It also needs a taillight lense and a corner light. There is a company online who makes the taillights brand new for about $20 each shipping. It's about $150-200 to convert the grille to the nice quad round headlights as well, which I was planning on doing.
I have the factory roof rack as well.
It's a running car with A/C and Heat. Fires right up. The battery is under a year old. I think it's in decent condition, especially for the age and not having been restored. Price is obo. More interested in selling it quickly before winter time comes and it's stuck in the garage.