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Andy Gside

Andy's Club Series GT86

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I have been meaning to start one of these for a while now, this is my Club Series Edition 86, got it as an ex. Demo at the local Toyota dealership. Loved the car from the first time I've drove and still absolutely loving it 👌

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(Best picture I could find) Second major modification was the Malian cat back exhaust, very loud, for the price can argue quality was still decent 👌 

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Finally got the 5% Limo tint on the back and side 1/4s absolutely love it no more fish bowl. 

Also rear lights tinted the middles and the fronts a light smoke.

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Wasn't a fan of the facelift rear lights decided to swap them out with the valenti smoked ones ( I know everyone has them ) but they looking amazing 👌

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Wanted the facelift spoiler a but higher... tried to get my hands on the drambeenie risers, only managed to get the perrin wing risers but still very decent lift and a bit more aggressive 👌

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Got the TRD fuel cover to give it that updated looks, also the cusco accelerator pedal for better heel and toe and managed to get my hands on the anodized red alternator & ac covers 

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Following suit with all the cusco parts I decided to get the front and rear cusco strut braces... along side the non adjustable cusco low profile fire will braces.. in the boot along side the rear strut brace I have put the kbrace from baf motor sports in, painted all the interior of the boot with hammerite and built a fake boot floor ( boot build )

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Finally got rid of the malian cat back and went for the tuning developments Resonated CAT Back exhaust and while there got the shifter & gear springs swapped what a difference couldn't recommend it more 👌

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A few more engine parts, running the perrin water pump & alternator pulleys along side the non stop tuning crank, idler & tensioner pulleys and perrin blue oil cap.

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Got rid of that pathetic Panasonic battery and put the varta 70ah to replace. Also got the brand new michelin pilot sport 5s on the alloys ready to go on after winter.

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Someone has been busy. Not one part of your car left unfettled. Some inspiration of what can be done. The wood floor in the boot is bonkers. Ha ha. 

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10 minutes ago, Lisa said:

Someone has been busy. Not one part of your left unfettled. Some inspiration of what can be done. The wood floor in the boot is bonkers. Ha ha. 

Thankyou 👌

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With the 86 having 2 gaping holes where the reg plate sits I decided to make up a steel plate to make a custom magnetic number plate.

I have colour matched the plate, and stick the neodymium magnets on the back of the reg plate. 

I now have the availability to swap plates or take it off for shows 

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Damn dude you made a really nice job of this! Looks proper tidy :) cant wait to see where else you go with this!

Even the interior colour mods make a world of difference, I'm hoping I get some time soon to do something similar to mine. Not a fan of the stock silver plastic look.

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