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How I got this car was kind of sour opportunity, I owned a 1994 Toyota Camry and my grandfather had put so much money to get it in good condition to give to me. So then when it came time for me to move out for college he gave me the vehicle. We drove it from New York down to Florida straight. But I guess the old car couldn't take it because two days later she broke down and leaked coolant everywhere and overheated. I wanted to keep it but my grandfather insisted on trading her in so we traded her in and got this Camry. I hated it at first but after all the miles I have put into it I grew to love it and Whenit comes to if I want to mod my daily driver. I would love to but when it comes to this year of camry since it's the 2015 model I would have wanted to put on aftermarket bumpers and side skirts but from what I have been looking, there aren't any for my vehicle. However I would really like to improve the noise deadening inside the cabin, replace the tan interior with a black interior, repaint the entire car and possibly the engine bay but before I can get to that I have to fix a few dents in the bumpers both rear and front. Then lower the vehicle with coilovers, turbo charger the engine and maybe widebody. But I would still want to keep it daily drivable and very comfortable to ride in yet speedy and perform well. Which is tall order for such a boat of a vehicle. But hopefully I can pull it off. What’s been the biggest challenge with this build? biggest challenge when it comes to the vision I have for my car is affording to make the build happen and aftermarket parts and modifications for the 2ar-fe engine. From what I have read it's extremely costly to try to squeeze any power out of the engine without a turbo kit. Which is kind of a bummer. But it won't stop the vision from coming alive.
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