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- 3.5 Liter Engine.
- CVT Transmission.
- 20 inch rims.
Smoked tail lights.
Chrome smoked fog lights.
Inch and a half lowering blocks.
Subs & speakers.
Interior and exterior neon lights.
HID headlights & Fog lights.
Purchased at Jay Wolfe in KC, MO, 3 Years to make modifications. Bent three rims hitting a pot hole on the roads in Missouri.
The Toyota Camry has been manufactured by Toyota since 1982. Prior to 1982, Toyota manufactured a predecessor of the Camry for two years between 1980 and 1982 named Toyota Celica Camry. The Camry has been one of the best selling cars in the United States in several of the past years.
Even though the Camry’s success was not consistent over the years, overall it has done very well. In contrast, it has not done as well in other markets. In Europe and in it’s home market in Japan, it has not been as successful as it’s been in the US, Australia and Canada.
The Camry V10 series also known as Toyota Vista included the model years between 1983 and 1986. Over the years, several series were released and each series span a specific number of model years. The V20 series started with the 1986 model and run until 1990 and was also called Holden Apollo, Toyota Vista (V20) and Lexus ES 250.
The Camry V30 series was introduced in July 1990 exclusively to the Japanese market. Also known as the Toyota Vista (V30) production ran between 1990 and 1994. The V40 Camry was introduced in 1994 and included the following four model years.
A Camry wide body, the XV10 was introduced to the Australian and North American markets in 1993 and 1991 respectively. The XV10 was also called Holden Apollo, Toyota Scepter and Toyota Vienta. This series of the Camry included the model years between 1992 and 1996.
The XV20 Also called Daihatsu Altis and Toyota Vienta, included the model years between 1997 and 2001. Then in September of 2001, Toyota released the 2002 model year. This was the beginning of the XV30 series and it lasted until 2006.
Then in 2006, the XV40 Camry was introduced at the 2006 North American International Auto Show. This is the latest series as of early 2011.
Future mods will include… Interior modifications, new headlights, exhaust performance parts for engine and more.
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