Toyota Celica First Generation Ignition Model Scale 18

Do you still remember diecast lovers in a Toyota Celica car? Surely you still remember a pretty cool sports car. I used to know the first generation of the seventh Toyota Celica, the output from 2000-2006.

At that time this car looked really cool, for the size of Japanese sports that are still able to be reached by the public. Obviously this car is far more accessible when compared to the Nissan GTR.

This car comes with an attractive and iconic exterior design. The body is a little bigger but lighter than the fifth generation, and it is fun to drive because it is responsive at high speeds. Then this JDM car was also sought after by many people because of the ease in modifying it. Many modification workshops have issued various parts that can be applied to the Toyota Celica, so that they appear cooler according to the owner’s wishes.

While in Japan, Toyota sells Toyota Celica with the Full Choice System program or custom selection by customers. Customers can freely create to make choices starting from the engine model, interior, transmission, color and exterior.

But actually the most famous, according to me, is the 6th generation Toyota Celica with its two eccentric eyes. The Toyota Celica was also used for the World Rally Championship (WRC) from 1972 to 1986 with a rear wheel drive model, and from 1988 to 1997 for the 4WD GT-Four model. Celica for WRC was made by Toyota Team Europe in Cologne, Germany.

Indeed the Toyota Celica generation 6 & 7 is quite famous and has a name. But when I saw the First Generation Toyota Celica with a modest overvender, I fell in love bro. Ignition model is really good at making people fall in love with old retro cars. Coming on a scale of 18 resin materials that have a good level of detail can hypnotize the eye to fall in love. If only for the old retro model the material is basically diecast, it would be even more amazing.

What do you think bro, the appearance of the Toyota Celica, the first generation Ignition Model scale 18, is it worth collecting?

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