Welcome... I made this page to show off my Corona GT-T, they are somewhat rare. I found this GT-T Toyota Corona for sale for a nice price in the trade and exchange at the end of 2004.

It is a 1983 model TT-142 with a factory fitted 3T-GTEU engine. This one was originally automatic so I did a 5spd conversion for its first modification. Still doing mods but would rather be at the track learning to drift it!

It made its drift debut at Pukekohe track at D1NZ drift school day. (never too old for school) My First time on a racetrack it was great fun, check out the video.


Video... Click here. (0.5mb WMV)

  As i bought it Dunlop 14 x 6 wheels Front  

When I first got it and after a wash and de-stickered.

  chipping off sound deadener fresh paint on floor new paint  

Removing sound deadener and repainted floor.

  rear side front veiw  

Pictured with marks mags. I want a set!

  standing around in the pits front a drift  
  handbrake figure eights engine bay  

On the track at Pukekohe for D1NZ drift school.

  W55 5speed conversion. Stripped interior + sound deadener.  
  14x6 Dunlop alloys. Electric radiator fan.  
  Boost gauge. Locked diff.  
  TA63 celica P/S steering arms. Soarer grill.  
  Toxico HP shocks. Sportline steering wheel.  
  Urethane bushes. Lovells Ford falcon rear springs  
  . GA70 supra front springs  
  Twin factory rear swaybar. Wildcat pod air filter.  
Specifications are for 4 door model.
  Dimensions (LxWxH) 4570 x 1670 x 1385 mm  
  Wheelbase 2500 mm  
  Curb weight 1160 kg  
  Power 120 kW at 6000 rpm  
  Torque 207 Nm at 4800 rpm  
  Static compression ratio 7.8:1  
  Turbocharger CT20  
  Factory boost 7 PSI  
  Front suspension MacPherson struts  
  Rear suspension Semi-trailing arm IRS  
  Swaybars (front / rear) 22mm / 13mm  
  Brakes (front / rear) Ventilated disk / Solid disk  
  Diff ratio 4.1 : 1 (LSD optional)