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  1. Hi, I have a Toyota Granvia manufactured in 1995.

    It was in decent condition since a recent event. There was vandalism towards the back quarter panel window which has a tinted glass window effect aswell.

    After ringing Autoglass and other windowscreen companies and found that toyota is no longer doing these, which has created a dilemma for me.

    I am writing this post to ask if there is anybody who knows where i can find Toyota Granvia parts, hoping i can fix my Granvia back to decent conditions.

    I will be pleased if some-one will be able to help me.

    Many thanks,

    My Big One.

    Hi,

    Sorry to hear about the vandalism, that sucks :angry:

    Try eBay for breakers yard listings, you could get lucky there. Also, try Japarts They are pretty good and could probably point you in the right direction.

    Good Luck

  2. Hello

    I've been researching wheels for my Hiace too, my current wheels are 15" PCD 5x114 ET35. They are damn near impossible to find anywhere! I was thinking of getting some 17" wheels though. Is the ride quality really that bad?

  3. I am the proud new owner of a 1993 Hiace Super Custom 3 litre manual diesel, in the UK.

    I keen to get the vehicle serviced using my regular mechanic, but I need to source

    affordable parts - to begin with Air, Fuel and Oil filters, and brake pads.

    Can anyone offer advice for parts in the UK?

    eBay and Japarts are your best bet ;)

  4. Hi All

    I'm own a 1992 Hiace camper that was imported to the UK from Japan. I absolutely adore it, its without doubt the best car I've owned. We are however thinking of upgrading to a more modern camper but I just don't like any of the models available in the UK and I would really like to get the new Hiace as sold in Japan, Australia and South Africa (and a few other countries I guess) here are a few links to it

    Pic1

    Pic2

    As a Camper

    Spec from Toyota Australia

    Does anyone know how best to go about sourcing one of these? I have already contacted Toyota UK and am awaiting a reply.

    Thanks

    A

    Hello, I can import a Toyota Hiace - similar to the 1st/2nd pictures but it will be fitted as a minibus. Let me know if you are interested.

    faz at 4x4xfaz dot co dot uk

    Faz

    Faz,

    I'm very interested, please email me at adamstepcom@hotmail.com to discuss

    Thanks

  5. Hi All

    I'm own a 1992 Hiace camper that was imported to the UK from Japan. I absolutely adore it, its without doubt the best car I've owned. We are however thinking of upgrading to a more modern camper but I just don't like any of the models available in the UK and I would really like to get the new Hiace as sold in Japan, Australia and South Africa (and a few other countries I guess) here are a few links to it

    Pic1

    Pic2

    As a Camper

    Spec from Toyota Australia

    Does anyone know how best to go about sourcing one of these? I have already contacted Toyota UK and am awaiting a reply.

    Thanks

    A

  6. Hi all-

    I got a 2.0Ltr Celica GTR import, and have always had it serviced by my local garage; which has been fine for most things - but I want to give it a overhaul and general tune-up and would rather take it to someone who specialises in Japanese import (and Celicas in general if possible.)

    Does anyone here know a reputable centre in the UK? I'm down on the South Coast but would be willing to travel a reasonable distance to get to see someone.

    Maybe we could start a thread here about general experiences with garages and point other users to the good ones?

    Thanks all,

    Andy

    Hi Andy.

    I use these guys Jem They were reccommended to me by someone on this site. I have used them to service my imported Hiace and will shortly be having the timing belt changed by them too. They aren't cheap but are very knowledgeable, have good links to Japan for spares and are very professional, I would reccommend them for sure. Let us know how you get on.

    Cheers

  7. Hello all,

    I'm the proud owner of an imported '92 Hiace camper and an Owners club newbie. I would like to have my van fully serviced as I'm not sure exactly when last it was done and I want to be sure she is up to the job when we tour europe next year. Its a 2.8 diesel, 3L engine with and Auto box, I reckon I need a new Battery and tyres too. Can anyone recommend me a decent service centre in London, perhaps one that specializes in campers or Toyota imports? I guess I could just take it down to my local kwik fit but I'd rather take it to a specialist? any suggestions welcome :D

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