Question about 1999 Toyota Celica
As far as towability is concerned you can do one of two things:
1 - Put it on a tow dolly (since it's a front wheel drive car)
2 - Get a Lube Pump. These can run around $930 to $999. You can view more information about the lube pumps if you click here.
If you don't use a tow dolly, you'll need the following:
You'll need a tow bar, which you can view one if you click here.
You'll need a baseplate to attach to your frame, and the tow bar. I don't see one available for your car by Roadmaster Inc, or Blue OX. You'll have to go to a certified welder and have one fabricated for you. Just make sure you pick out your tow bar so they know where to make the attachment points.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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