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1990 Toyota Corolla LE 1990 TOYOTA COROLLA 4-DOOR

1990 Toyota Corolla LE 1990 TOYOTA COROLLA 4-DOOR

$400

Bullhead City, Arizona

Year 1990

Make Toyota

Model Corolla

Category Sedan

Mileage 122285

Posted Over 1 Month

1990 TOYOTA COROLLA 4-DOOR 2 OWNERS W/ ONLY 120,000 MILES AUTOMATIC COLD AIR I AM NEAR LA, PHOENIX AND LAS VEGAS AREA AS-IS.....NO WARRANTY DOES NOT RUN....PARKED TWO YEARS AGO....WAS RUNNING GOOD.....MUST BE TOWED AWAY QUESTIONS PLEASE E-MAIL ME......I HAVE A CLEAR TITLE..DUNNO WHY IT CLAIMS MAJOR ISSUE.

Trim LE

Toyota : Corolla 4 door Sedan Toyota Corolla Dependable , auto tran, great on gas...no air conditioning.

Toyota : Corolla 4 door Sedan Toyota Corolla Dependable , auto tran, great on gas...no air conditioning.

$1,950

Ceres, California

Year 1990

Make Toyota

Model Corolla

Category Sedan

Mileage 160000

Posted Over 1 Month

1990 Toyota sedan runs great. Dependable little car will run forever and needs a good home.

Trim 4 door Sedan

Toyota : Corolla BASE SEDAN 4-DOOR 1990 gold toyota corolla sedan 107 k miles

Toyota : Corolla BASE SEDAN 4-DOOR 1990 gold toyota corolla sedan 107 k miles

$2,000

Swansea, Massachusetts

Year 1990

Make Toyota

Model Corolla

Category Sedan

Mileage 107364

Posted Over 1 Month

Condition: Vehicle in fantastic condition for age. Low miles! Paint is in fantastic condition. Few minor dents and scratches from street parking Perfect car for college living or driving around town! Brand new tires, new radiator, new brake lines, and freshly replaced exhaust system. Minor work as needed. Car being sold as-is Features: Cassette deck replaced with cd player with auxiliary port and digital am/fm tuner. History: Not original owner, purchased vehicle from private seller in 2009. Shipping and Payment: LOCAL PICKUP ONLY. Vehicle located in South Eastern Massachusetts. Will accept cash or cashier's check.

Trim BASE SEDAN 4 DOOR

Toyota : Corolla DLX All Trac Wagon 5-Door 1991 toyota corolla dlx all trac wagon 5 speed manual center locking diff

Toyota : Corolla DLX All Trac Wagon 5-Door 1991 toyota corolla dlx all trac wagon 5 speed manual center locking diff

$6,500

Denver, Colorado

Year 1991

Make Toyota

Model Corolla

Category Sedan

Mileage 121000

Posted Over 1 Month

1991 Toyota Corolla All-Trac Wagon Grey Metallic Exterior with Black and Red Trim Grey Cloth Interior 121,000 Miles 5-Speed Manual All-Trac AWD Center Locking Differential Zero Rust Air Conditioning Factory Clock Factory Mud Flaps Pioneer Stereo with iPod Input ***Over 80 Pictures Below*** At Glen Shelly Auto Brokers we are old-school Toyota fanatics. It is our pleasure to present one of the cleanest, lowest mileage AE95 Corolla All-Trac wagons in the country. Best of all it is a proper 5-speed manual! This Corolla All-Trac wagon was purchased new in December of 1990 in Charlotte, Tennessee. It spent its entire life in Tennessee until the spring of this year when it was sold in Florida. We purchased it there at auction and shipped it to Colorado. The beauty of the E90 generation Corolla All-Trac is that it comes from a time before Toyota ceded the AWD car market to Fuji Heavy Industry affiliate Subaru. The center locking differential gives it the ability to claw its way out of the worst traction situations. It also comes from a time before our roads were clogged with bloated cross-over vehicles festooned with stylish blind spots and riddled with complicated safety aids to compensate for their inherent deficiencies. TThe Corolla All-Trac is a small, light, and efficient AWD wagon that offers a fun and pure driving experience along with the ability to go anywhere and bring your dog along too! AE95 Corolla All-Trac’s have been thoroughly used and enjoyed by their owners. Finding one in this condition is rare, very rare! I have certainly enjoyed my short time with this one, and despite several arguments with my business partner over who gets to keep it I am listing it for sale. The grey metallic paint and red trim are a fantastic color combo. The grey cloth interior is wonderfully simple, and the wagon-specific raised roof line blending into narrow C-pillar windows are awkward design elements that somehow just work. I find myself looking over my shoulder in the parking lot at it just as much as any of my old BMW’s. It’s certainly not beautiful, but I don’t care. The 16-valve AG-FE engine has the same legendary reliability that all early ‘90’s Toyota’s do. Powering four wheels in wagon form, it is no speed rocket, but its peppy high-strung nature rewards the driver with smiles. I put it to good use to outdrive an angry yoga-matt-wielding lady in an Outback on a decreasing radius on-ramp a few weeks ago. I have no doubt that the Corolla’s light weight was what allowed that to happen, but a slow car fast is always fun. Enough of my impressions and opinions, though, here is a full description. Mechanical: The mechanical condition of this Corolla All-Trac is excellent. I gave it a full inspection when I took delivery and have put several hundred miles on it since then with no glaring mechanical issues. I own a 4A-GE powered MR2 racecar that shares a similar architecture to the Corolla and have seen almost every type of failure possible in the platform. The 4A-FE engine idles, runs, and pulls to redline smoothly (where that occurs you will have to guess since there is no tachometer). There are no oil or coolant leaks. I pulled the upper timing belt cover and rotated the engine a few times to inspect the full circumference of the timing belt. There were no cracks or indications of stretching. I have included pictures. There was no evidence of water pump leakage either. There is no excessive drive train or wheel bearing vibration. The clutch engages smoothly and does not slip. The transmission shifts smoothly, the gearshift knob centers in neutral, and the syncro’s do not grind. The AWD works and the center-locking differential engages on command. I’ve included a jack test video. The heat blows warm and the air conditioning blows cold. The lights, horn, turn signals, wipers, and cruise control all work as they should. Even the rear hatch shocks open smoothly and support the weight of the hatch. I did find a few issues that needed correcting. The bald tires were the most glaring. I replaced them with fresh Kumho Solus all season rubber. They have less than 300 miles on them as I write this. The brake fluid was as dark as coffee, and the pedal was accordingly soft. I flushed and bled the system with Toyota DOT 3 brake fluid resulting in a firm pedal. I changed the engine oil with Castrol 10w-30 synthetic blend oil and a Toyota filter. I replaced the spark plugs and flushed the coolant with Toyota plugs and Toyota red fluid while I was at it. Rolling the passenger door window down would hilariously open the door. Hilarity turned to frustration after a few times, though, because it was the only way to open the door. A broken exterior door handle was the culprit. I replaced it with an OEM part from Toyota. The right rear seatbelt has a few tears in the webbing. It is no longer available from Toyota, but I am searching for a color matching replacement. Exterior: AE95 Corolla mechanicals usually outlast their bodies. All-Trac’s, in particular, get exposed to harsh winter conditions and eventually succumb to rust. Our All-Trac has been spared that fate due to its low mileage and the fact that it spent its life well below the rust belt. It has no significant rust. I have included pictures of the underbody. Even the fastener heads, which usually show superficial rust, are clean. The exhaust, driveshaft, and rear solid axle housing have superficial spots, but they are just that – superficial. The fenders, floor pans, front and rear subframe, and trunk floor are completely clean. rustiest bit I could find is the exhaust header heat shield. CONFIRM THIS! The grey metallic exterior paint and bodywork are in good condition, but do show imperfections when examined. I tried to document the worst of these in the photos (a complete album is on our website if you are reading this elsewhere). There are mixture of small dents and paint blemishes. The title is clean and the Carfax shows no accidents, but the passenger rear door is missing its VIN sticker. I had a friend who owns a repair shop specializing in older Toyota’s look at the car and he suspected that it and the joining panels had some paintwork at some point. There is no obvious paint or orange peel miss-match. The rear quarter panel still has its VIN sticker, as does the front passenger door and front fender. The frame rails are straight, the panel gaps are consistent, and there is no evidence of damage. All other VIN stickers are also present, which I have photographed. The black-work and red accent trim are in good condition. The plastic front bumper cover is slightly wavy, but much better than most E90 Corollas. All glass is free of excess pitting or cracks. The All-Trac specific mud flaps are in good condition. The 13” steel wheels have non-OEM hubcaps, but they are in good condition. If I were keeping the car I would mount up a set of 14” BMW bottle cap alloy wheels, a popular mod. It’s not perfect, but compared to most remaining AE95 All-Tracs, this one is exceptional! Interior: The grey cloth interior is also in great condition. It is wonderfully simple, well organized, and quintessentially early 90’s era Toyota. The separate pull from the middle front shoulder belt and pull from the outside lap belt are curiosities that will confound passengers who are too young to remember such novelties. There are no rips, tears, or odors. The dashboard has no cracks and the driver’s seat is not torn. The carpet under the front floor mats is a little shaggier than is should be, but the floor mats are in good condition. All buttons, controls, and switches work as they should. The stereo is an aftermarket Pioneer Unit that has an iPod input and remote. With the simple pull of two knobs, the rear seats fold flat opening up a cavernous cargo compartment. The rear hatch cargo cover is missing, but shouldn’t be terribly difficult to find. The spare tire is present under the rear hatch floor. This is an exceptional and rare example of a once normal car. It is efficient, capable, and fun to drive. Corolla All-Trac wagons have a fanatic following by those who know what they are. They are especially at home in the mountain towns of the West. If it is maintained properly, this could be the last car you ever own. I want to find it a good home, where it will be enjoyed, cared for, and appreciated by its new owner! $250 non-refundable PayPal deposit is due immediately after the end of the auction. Balance is due in 7 business days after the end of this auction in cash or bank/certified funds. If you can not or unwilling to follow this terms than please do not bid. Vehicle description represents our subjective and biased opinion. Vehicle sold absolutely as-is, where is, with all faults that it may or may not have. Miles could differ slightly due to occasional use. Buyer is responsible for shipping, however, I will assist in any way I can, just ask me. Please absolutely no "zero" or "negative" feedback bidders (you must contact me prior to bidding). Non-paying bidders will be reported to eBay and pursued by a collection agency. Inspections are welcomed and encouraged prior to placing a bid. This vehicle is also advertised locally. Seller reserves the right to end/cancel this auction at any time at sole discretion. Thank you and GOOD LUCK!

Trim DLX All Trac Wagon 5 Door

1990 Toyota Corolla wagon

1990 Toyota Corolla wagon

$1,600

Palmdale, California

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Runs excellent new belts new battery,ac works great it's a very smooth running little wagon, call or text 661-547-4895

1990 Toyota Corolla

1990 Toyota Corolla

$1,999

Puyallup, Washington

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1.6L 4-cyl. engine Manual transmission Make: Toyota Model: Year: 1990 Mileage: Exterior color: Interior color: Transmission: Ad Provided by Dealerfront.com

1990 Toyota corolla

1990 Toyota corolla

$2,995

Roseville, California

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for sale at Hayes Auto Sales. 189953 Miles. Color: Silver. Trans: . Drive Train: 2WD. Engine: . . Included Options: Ad provided by AutoSoft NET

1990 Toyota corolla

1990 Toyota corolla

$2,995

Roseville, California

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For sale at Hayes Auto Sales. 189953 Miles. Color: Silver. Trans: . Drive Train: 2WD. Engine: . . Included Options: Ad provided by AutoSoft NET

1990 Toyota Corolla

1990 Toyota Corolla

$1,600

Las Cruces, New Mexico

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Reduced from $2100. Very good condition, runs great! New tires; battery; struts; radiator. Power steering pump has a very small, slow leak, but works great. If you're mechanically inclined, you can replace it yourself. You can purchase a pump at Autozone for $100.  Needs minor work in the rear doors - greasing of the window and door mechanisms. Mileage is 430000 and engine is still running strong!  Sold "AS IS".  I've had this car since 2001 and it has never failed me. Good dependable car. Local calls only, please.

1990 toyota corolla

1990 toyota corolla

$3,950

Colorado Springs, Colorado

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CYLINDERS: 4-Cylinder LITERS: 1.6L L4 DOHC 16V ECLR: Red ICLR: GREY SELLING_DEALER_NAME: Lakeside Auto Brokers MODEL: COROLLA MAKE: TOYOTA

1990 Toyota Corolla

1990 Toyota Corolla

$1,999

Puyallup, Washington

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1.6L 4-cyl. engine Manual transmission Make: Toyota Model: Year: 1990 Mileage: Exterior color: Interior color: Transmission: Ad Provided by Dealerfront.com

1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

$1,998

Bellingham, Washington

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Great car for a cheap price. This baby has some miles on her but she runs great. Stop by and check it out.

1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

1990 Toyota Corolla 4dr Sedan

$1,998

Bellingham, Washington

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Great car for a cheap price. This baby has some miles on her but she runs great. Stop by and check it out.

1990 Toyota Corolla THE BEST in bay area

1990 Toyota Corolla THE BEST in bay area

$3,000

Burlingame, California

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Timing belt,whole set brand new muffler system ,brakes,oil service done at 133000 by independent BMW mechanic in SSF I' ll give you paperwork to prove it.I just put 5000 miles on the car.Up graded rims off of 2001 very popular Honda Civic Si direct fit ( I don't have the stock one). VIN#1NXAE94AOLZ133606 Runs really good,transmission good.A/C blows cold! No dent! I didn't see any. CarFax Clean title no accident and shows $830 above retail value. What a good car! You can't find it any better than this!. Love the car so much it's the rolla ever.But new car coming soon. Price is FIRM $3000 for quick sale . and FIRM sorry. Think about this: Major service tuned up including whole set muffler:$1500 easy. Civic Si Rims $500 easy. At least 3 kids been asked me to trade or buy the rims!.

1990 TOYOTA COROLLA LE EDITION, SUPREME SHOWROOM CONDITION

1990 TOYOTA COROLLA LE EDITION, SUPREME SHOWROOM CONDITION

$3,200

New Chicago, Indiana

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Up for sale is a 1990 Toyota Corolla LE edition Sedan with only 35,000 original Miles. This car is a true find and has not been driven in almost 10 years. The last time this car was on the road was in 1996 as the license plate shows it. This was my aunt’s car and she was a bit sick in her final years. She was an eccentric person. One of the things she would do it to protect everything that she owned such as her valuables would be locked up as well as her property, her furniture would be covered in plastic, two times just in case and her car was covered in her garage its entire life. When I went to pick up the car the interior of the car interior was covered with layers of seat covers and foam on the seats as well as pieces of carpet to cover the floors along with the original floor mats, and then another layer of carpet... you get what I am saying here/ The interior of the car is in pristine condition!! Without saying. When I actually removed the 3 layers of seat covering I came to find an exact condition showroom model Toyota Corolla. I mean there was not an inch of the car interior that was not covered and protected. The pictures speak for themselves and this car is a Museum piece if it needed to be. It is currently 26 years old and it qualifies an antique vehicle after 25 years here in Illinois. We just started the car with the help of a Toyota dealer. Every mechanic in the shop wanted to work on the car or get a picture with the vehicle. In order to get the car in proper operating condition we needed to drain all the fuel, oil and transmission fluid and have them changed. We also changed the fuel pump, battery, the fuel filter as well as the spark plugs and wires changed to the factory OEM components. Once we got everything changed she fired right up. The car runs and drives as if it was brand new because it basically is. This is the LE model which is the highest end model corolla that could be purchased in that year. It has every available option expect a sunroof. The paint of the car is in immaculate condition as well as the interior and even the carpet in the trunk. Some of the options that are equipped in this car are: 1.6 Liter Fuel Injected Engine AM/FM Cassette radio – Original Equipment Front Bucket Seats with center council with shifter Automatic 4 Speed Transmission Power Steering, Power Brakes, power locks, Power windows and power Mirrors Cruise Control Digital Clock built into the dash above the radio Rear Fold down seats that access the trunk Air Conditioning Cigarette Lighter with ash tray that has never been used Extra Storage area by the radio to store your tapes Pop out Cup holders for both the driver and passenger Electric trunk popper from the inside of the vehicle. 5 Seat Belts, 2 in the front and 3 in the rear. Built in cup holders on the rear of the glove box door (Have not seen those in a while) Full size spare tire with factory jack Read some reviews from real people on a 1990 Toyota Corolla on Edmunds 5 STARS - 294,000 miles and runs like new!By douglasseattle 5 STARS - Best I ever had – 240,000 milesBy Miami Mom 5 STARS – 300,000 Miles and still going strongBy Billy Tom The original Retail Price on this car was $11,598.00 and this is pretty much a new car. I have seen cars like this sell on Auto trader and EBay for $2500 to $4000 with miles as low as 71,000 and as high as 500,000 miles on them. Expect this car to last you a lifetime if it is taken care of as it has been. This Toyota Corolla can be a show car for anyone that would want one or this car be the best new car alternative you have every purchased and be your daily driver. This would be a great addition to your family for one of the kids as a new car. Expect this car to run dozens of years to come. The only bad thing about this car is that it was left outside for about a month during a storm and has some light hail damage on the hood, roof and truck lid. I was thinking fixing it depending on what the new owner would be willing to pay for it. I received a quote for $500 to repair the hail damage and bring the car back to its 100% original glory! I welcome any and all inspections and be ready to view a true piece of automotive history.