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Purchasing a 1977 Corona.

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Purchasing a 1977 Corona.

Post by ImNickson on Thu Sep 12, 2013 7:25 pm

I'm looking at getting a Corona. It has less that 100,000 miles, and it's in really good condition. Is there anything I need to look at before getting it? Are there known problems with these cars? I'm not concerned with minor issues, I'm sure I can handle that.

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Re: Purchasing a 1977 Corona.

Post by justchilin on Sat Sep 14, 2013 12:16 pm

Hey, Welcome and congrats on finding a Corona! Like all other cars, just look for the usual things. Your buying a Toyota so they are pretty rock solid, hey, my '72 is still around and driving great with the original 18RC in it without a drop of oil falling from it. Not sure where you live but in case your in Cali (or other states that require emissions), here the cut off year is 74 or 75 i think for emissions, so you have to deal with that, being a 77. Anyways, parts are available and fairly inexpensive and if you have the know how on doing it yourself, even better. Do you mind sharing what the seller is asking? Good luck!
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Re: Purchasing a 1977 Corona.

Post by ImNickson on Thu Sep 19, 2013 12:49 pm

They are asking $2,900.

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