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I've always said Sell-ah-ka, but I knew what car they meant when they showed a picture (at the beginning) because a friend had one.jr9999 wrote: How do you pronounce "Celica"?
The Project Binky guys say sa-Lee-ka. But here in California, we pronounce it Sell-ah-ka. It took me a little while to realize it was the same car.
I don't think any Celica in around here came in 4WD, but the Supra may have.
Same in Ohio and western New York.DannyBeans wrote: Here in Indiana, I've always heard it pronounced "SELL-ick-uh."
I dunno - it seems like it would be totally in-character for one of them to say "now, we should do X, Y, and Z before we even start to think about painting," followed by a cut to the other happily spraying away. (You're right, though.)DocsMachine wrote: And no, they're still a pretty long ways from painting it, I think. Paint, I'd wager, will come after things like wiring, getting the engine running, plumbing the turbocharger, interior upholstery, etc. Heck, they still need to mold those fender flares properly.
But yeah, white, likely with an old-Mini racing stripe, would b a good guess for paint.