Not a lot of big work on the car lately, but more adding to the comfort of driving it. I've been working on putting all the trim panels back in the car to give it an even more finished look and lower the interior noise. I found a decent interior out of an '83 at a local yard, to get the parts I was missing along with changing out the front panels, get rid of the 3 shades of brown cordaroy for a nice dark tan hairing-bone.
This week a decided to tackle a year plus long niose. The back suspension always sounded like a loose chain with every shift, bump turn w took. I always thought it was the limit straps, since I could tap them with my finger and get them to rattle against thier mounts. Turns out, it was an upper 4 link arms worn out hein joints, which is odd since they were all brand new and of the same construction. So, while ordering a few heims for my rally car's new tubular front arms, figured might as well drop a little extra on the Celica too. Amazing, what a difference it maked!! No more clunk on accel, gea shifts, bumps, jumps, corner turning, etc..