Heavenly: TLS Auto Recycling Offers Used Parts for Toyota Celica at 50-60% Discount

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TLS Auto Recycling the place for parts for the discontinued coupe.

“Celica” is derived from the Latin for “heavenly” or “celestial.” Consumers would seem to agree with this moniker; the Toyota Celica was manufactured for seven full generation, starting in 1970. The Celica was one of the first sports cars to market itself as not only fun to drive, but economical, thus setting an industry standard for youthful consumers for years to come. It served as the model car for the Long Beach Grand Prix and was the first Toyota vehicle to win Motor Trend’s “Import Car of the Year” Award. Although active production ended in 2005, a 2012 model is rumored to be in the works, sparking renewed interest in this legendary model.

TLS Auto Recycling knows that many consumers still hold their pre-2006 Celicas dear, and with the aforementioned 2012 model, TLS Auto Recycling has stocked up on parts for this celebrated coupe. TLS Auto Recycling will work closely with each customer to ensure that he or she receives the Celica parts needed. For anyone still in possession of any make or year of a Celica, or for anyone who is in line to pick up a 2012 version, TLS is the place to shop for parts, from engines to transmissions to long blocks. Replacing a Celica part with one from TLS is a great way to prolong the life of the sports car that was one of Toyota’s most popular vehicles for over three decades.

About TLS Auto Recycling:

With a staff boasting a combined experience of over 70 years in the dismantling and recycling industry, TLS Auto Recycling is at the forefront of the northern California auto recycling business. Specializing in auto parts for the Toyota, Lexus, or Scion driver, TLS Auto Recycling is renowned for its high rate of client satisfaction and customer-oriented business philosophy. A leader in the green industry and in environmentally friendly business practices, TLS uses only clean and undamaged parts that undergo rigorous in-house testing.

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