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Parts needed for Toyota Carina 1971 TA12

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Hello, hope someone can help please. I'm in urgent need for the following parts for a TOYOTA CARINA 1971 TA12. Any help would be very much appreciated!! 
Can I get parts from another Toyota which will fit? 

Dash Rubber (the foam which sits just below the windscreen) 

Windscreen rubber (do i need inner and outer chrome trip as well?) 

Rear left light lens

Fuel Filter

Wiper washer bottle pump + hose

Radiator + hoses

Track rod ends (for steering tracking x2)

Ignition coil

distributor contact points

Seatbelts 

Condensor 

4x spark plugs and leads 

RHD Headlights (sealed beam) 

 

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Hi,

I am Gabor from Budapest, Hungary. I have seen the car previously on a spanish advertising site so good to know that now it is saved.

I own a Ta14 (1976) so have some experience with 1st series Carinas. 

You have surely read that Carinas and Celicas from the same 1st series share almost 100% of engine (2T engines T40 or T50 transmission single or double carburettors) and mechanic parts. Carina parts are rarely offered but you will find plenty on Ebay offered for the Celica TA22.

Comig back to the parts you were looking for:

Dash Rubber (the foam which sits just below the windscreen) it is almost gone each Carina I have seen but can be replaced by new foam and cover painted identically.

Windscreen rubber (do i need inner and outer chrome trip as well?) You find it on Ebay (windscreen rubber Carina Ta12)


Rear left light lens, Fuel Filter, Wiper washer bottle pump + hose, Radiator + hoses

If you can't get them in the UK or from Ebay (all of them are offered also these days) I can send you from my stock

Track rod ends (for steering tracking x2), Ignition coil, distributor contact points, Condensor, 
4x spark plugs and leads 

can be collected from Ebay

Restoring a Carina is not an easy job but it is worth as they are extremely reliable and rare. 

If I can help you in any way just let me know.

Regards,

Gabor 

 

 

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